1. Should School Busses Be Equipped With Ignition Interlock Devices?

    Lawmakers in New York are considering mandating that Ignition Interlock Devices be installed on all school busses after two separate incidents in which bus drivers were found to be intoxicated. The most recent incident involved a bus driver who left the school with 5 child passengers on board and, m…Read More

  2. How To Get The Best Price On Auto Repairs

    It's inevitable.  If you own a car for any length of time, eventually it will need some type of repair.  The big question is how do you ensure that when that time comes, you don't end up paying too much for auto repair at the auto shop?  There are a couple ways to make sure that you avoid overpay…Read More

  3. Car Help 101: What To Do When Your Car Breaks Down On The Highway

    Most of us drive our cars nearly every day.  We rely on them to get us just about everywhere.  Most cars are so dependable that the idea that they could just spontaneously break down is usually far from our minds--until it happens.  The car starts stuttering, making strange noises and then it jus…Read More

  4. Car Help 101: How To Change Your Oil

    In this edition of Car Help 101, we're going to learn how to do that simplest of car maintenance services: the oil change.  Changing your car's oil is a very simple process that does not require much mechanical know-how.  It does require a bit of time and getting underneath your car and getting di…Read More

  5. Car Help 101: Winter Driving Tips

    Winter is upon us and the roads will eventually be getting icy, slippery and generally dangerous to the inexperienced winter driver.  So in preparation for the wintery driving conditions, here are some car help tips for driving in wintery conditions and avoid unnecessary car repair. 1. Get some sno…Read More

  6. The Black Box: Coming Soon to a Car Near You

    A new bill which seems likely to pass in Congress, would mandate that the 'black boxes' now in use on commercial airlines throughout America, be standard in all vehicles. These boxes are designed to record important information about the engine and operation of the vehicle for car help purposes and …Read More

  7. The 5 Most Expensive Cars to Repair

    A few years ago, Forbes magazine did a study of the most expensive cars to repair.  Not surprisingly, they are all imported high-end luxury vehicles which are notorious for having exotic, expensive parts and a lot of them.  The most expensive cars were an Audi, a Jaguar, two Mercedes-Benz models a…Read More

  8. 5 Common Car Problems and Their Repair Costs

      When that check engine light comes on in your vehicle it is normal to get a bit nervous.  Although the problem could be a simple, cheap fix it could also be something that may end up costing you thousands of dollars.  Here is a list of common problems that require repairs, what they mean and wh…Read More

  9. Repair and Maintenance Costs: Domestic Cars vs. Imported Cars

     What is the repair cost difference between imported cars and domestic cars?  Is it more cost-effective to purchase an imported car or a domestic vehicle, purely in terms of cost of ownership?  Reliability, including maintenance and repair costs, is obviously a huge factor in determining what car…Read More

  10. Will Buying a Hybrid Car Save You Money?

    These days with gas prices hovering anywhere from the mid $3's to almost $4 a gallon in peak season, many people have understandably started coveting fuel-efficient hybrid cars which boast MPG ratings in the 40-50 MPG range.  If you head to your nearest car dealership or auto center you will likely…Read More