It's entirely possible to find a car that's a blast to drive, turns heads, costs less than most new cars and does something amazing -- goes up in value.
Surprised? I was. But does it really make any difference?
Small town in Idaho says if you text while crossing a street, you'll pay a fine.
The best way to keep car insurance premiums low is to not commit moving violations.
A new survey says that while we sometimes eat, drink and text while we're driving, at least we're not lying to our auto insurers about it.
New cars damaged in a crash are more likely to be sidelined by a parts shortage caused by the crises in Japan.
Most people spend more time trying to save a buck or two on groceries than they do shopping for insurance, a simple task that could save them hundreds -- even thousands.
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