There are a lot of confusing and sometimes confounding tips out there about how to save gas and make your car more fuel efficient. To sort out what’s true from what’s false, we’ve put together a list of tips to trust and tips to trash.
The mutant offspring of an invoice and a receipt is, in a nutshell, the bill of sale explained. Basically, it’s a record of a sales transaction. In the case of selling (or buying) a used car, it also lists important info about the car.
You’ve been dreaming of this moment since your first Matchbox car. Make owning your first car a painless and exciting reality by taking our advice on how to make your first car purchase as smooth as possible.
Maybe you were tired. Maybe it was dark. Maybe there was no line at that pump. No matter. Whatever excuse you’re telling to make yourself feel better, you now have diesel in your gas tank and soon to have diesel in your gas engine. Now what?
It’s cocoa-drinkin’ and scarf-wearin’ and fa-la-la time, baby! You’ve waited all the long, hot summer for that chill in the air, and you’re ready. Get your car ready, too, to ensure that you have a smooth, efficient ride despite that nip in the air.
If you have been waiting for the day that the SUV market lost its mind before pulling the trigger on one for yourself, your patience has been rewarded. British automaker Bentley has recently released (read: unleashed) the world’s first super luxury SUV.
They say that in life, timing is everything. This adage is also true when it comes to buying a car. By learning the best time to buy a car, you can save money, have more bargaining power and maybe even get a deal done faster and with less hassle.
During warmer weather, commuters are as likely to be found on the road outside of a car than inside one. Milder temperatures may make it tempting (or at least possible) to bike or walk instead of drive. If you do choose to leave the car behind, bicycle safety should be your first concern.
While you may not be old enough to remember when Raul Julia uttered those words in The Gumball Rally, surely you’ve been around long enough to know the “first rule of Italian driving” is some pretty bad advice. Since people don’t have eyes in the backs of their heads...