There's a buzz about electric cars, but even their owners have some words of warning.
The sticker price of somebody's car can never be considered a reliable indicator of their financial success.
Were you swearing under your breath at the pumps in 2008? Here's why it'll be easier to handle if prices soar again (and they probably will).
The weak economy has dragged on for so long, many people just can't wait any longer to buy a new or used car.
The Insurance Institute picked a record 66 vehicles for its 2011 top safety award.
The days of finding a 2-year-old car for thousands less than new are gone -- at least for now.
The average age of vehicles on the list of most frequently stolen cars is 12 years.
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