How the Hyundai Ioniq Ditched Its Traditional 12V Lead
Every year, AAA answers 7.5 million phone calls from people whose cars are stranded due to dead batteries; these calls represent roughly a quarter of all AAA roadside assistance requests. We’ve all jumped, been jumped, and replaced batteries at $100 a pop every five or so years. Hyundai figures we’re all getting tired of it. […]
Auto Repair Myths Your Insurance Wants You To Believe
How often do you replace the breaks on your vehicle? The way that you use your brakes will have an impact on how long they will last and if they will warp.
How to Choose the Right Tires for Your Truck
Choosing the right tires for your truck is not something you do without thinking. Gibson Truck World shows you how to best accessorize your used truck in Orlando.
Tips for Buying a High
Sonya Etchison/Hemerea/Thinkstock CARS.COM — Buying a high-mileage used car presents a number of unknowns: Has it been in an accident ? How was it used for the last 100,000 miles? Was maintenance performed? Is it a good deal ? These questions are best answered by finding the right car as well as the right seller, and Cars.com has resources to help you do that. Below, you'll find advice to prepare you for shopping for a high-mileage used car and a handy list of factors to consider How to Inspect a Used Car Used cars are more popular than ever, and they're also as durable and maintenance-free as ever thanks to engineering strides. There's a ton of value in the used-car market, but there's still much to be mindful of when buying a car…