Manufacturers are bracing for a slowdown in 2020. The researcher LMC Automotive projects that five of the six largest North American carmakers will produce fewer vehicles this quarter than a year ago.
Your phone can tell insurance companies if you're a good driver or not, and that could win you lower premiums—but the data that companies are collecting shows a lot more than speeding or accidents.
I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions. I make goals and such throughout the year. Making a New Year’s resolution is too hard core for me and way too intimidating. If I can manage to get through my to-do list for the week, I count myself lucky.
A very long time ago, “Black Friday,” meant that things were crashing – in 1869, some unscrupulous Wall Streeters got greedy and grabbed up all the gold. The result was mayhem.
For those of us who drive regular cars, the idea of owning a Bentley is a dream. There are a slew of celebrities, musicians, moguls and sports figures that drive one. Jennifer Lopez, Prince William, Kim Kardashian, Jay-Z, Robert Downey, Jr., Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mark Wahlberg, Kobe Bryant …
If you’ve read any of my earlier columns, you probably know how much I love Porsches. Though red isn’t my favorite color for any car (especially a Porsche), I like the fact that this iconic brand is getting jiggy with another iconic one – Coca Cola.
I’m a firm believer in patterns. Patterns of how we live. We may choose a particular home because of its style. A particular product because we believe it’s better than another that is pretty much the same thing.
Have you ever been driving and looked over to see a car that is so poorly designed you think to yourself: “Why? And, even more – why did you buy that?”
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Deciding on a vehicle, especially if you’re on a budget isn’t just about the make and model. It’s also about the cost of ownership. Unfortunately, you never really stop paying for a car. Insurance companies have changed a bit over the past two decades – with more leniency in case of an accid…
Those of us who live on or near the coast begin mentally preparing for a hurricane in June. Hurricane season for the Atlantic Coast is June through November, with the most active months being late August through September. According to Travel Insurance Review, the “hurricane capital of the w…
“I think she likes the Honda Fit,” my sister said to me over the phone last week. “But, it had a 4 out of 5 on rollover, so I’m not sure that’s the right car. We will test drive more this week.”
When I was driving my car a couple of weeks ago I noticed, in my peripheral vision, one of those myriad of symbols scattered across my dash would flash orange. When I looked down to see what it was, it would go away. It kept happening, so quickly that I could figure out which one it was.
I have always been the type of driver and buyer who likes to buy a car, pay it off and keep it until the wheels fall off. That’s not to say, I’ve not bought cars on a whim, I have. Buying an impractical car when you want is just part of life and good for the soul.
Q: I'm hearing a clicking or tapping noise from my 2010 Honda Pilot. It has 110,000 miles on it. The valves have never been adjusted, nor has the timing belt been replaced (I know it's time).