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Did you know cars actually drive on three tires?
(BPT) - Did you know that cars actually ride on three tires?No, this isn't an article about tricycles. It's about a major …
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6 expert tips parents need to know when purchasing or upgrading a car seat
(BPT) - Whether you’re already a parent or you're expecting your first baby, you know how important child car seats are for …
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Iconic Electric Dune Buggy Debuts - Drivers Wanted [Video]
Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. (BPT) - Meyers Manx recently unveiled the new Manx 2.0 Electric. This …
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Car Repairs Not To Try At Home
  (NAPSI)—When it comes to taking care of cars, all those countless “do it yourself” videos make it all seem …
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Make Your Energy Choices Count
(NAPSI)—Just as people across the country celebrate Earth Day, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR …
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Reaching Carbon Neutrality For $1 A Day
(NAPSI)—Zero net emissions of carbon dioxide from energy and industry can be achieved by 2050—and it could cost only about …
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4 key questions to ask when shopping for a vehicle
(BPT) - From seeking more fuel efficiency or seating capacity to replacing an older or less reliable car, there are many reasons to be …
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How your tires can help you save half a gallon of fuel per fill-up
(BPT) - As gas prices soar this summer, travelers and commuters are looking for ways to safeguard their wallets and drive as …
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5 ways to lower auto insurance premiums
(BPT) - Getting the best price on auto insurance without sacrificing quality of coverage and service may be easier with a basic …
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Comparing 5-year car and home price trends

Jerry analyzes and explains how rising costs compare in the car and home markets in the last five years.  

How auto loans compare by generation

As vehicle prices hover at historic highs, Experian looked at how differences in the number of auto loans and payment delays vary across generations.

Nearly half of fatal car accidents in 2020 happened at night—understanding the factors at play

Why do more car crashes happen at night? Staver Accident Injury Lawyers used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to examine the complex web of factors at play.

The surprising history of how electric vehicles have played the long game and won

Electric vehicles have been around since car manufacturing began. Robert Davidson built the first practical electric vehicle – a 16-foot truck driven by electro-magnetic motors – in Scotland in 1837. This was decades before the internal combustion engine was invented.

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Idaho, the Carolinas lead the country with biggest increase in car loans

To find out where Americans bought the most vehicles over the last five years, Experian looked at the number of auto loans nationwide.

A state-by-state breakdown of crashes involving large trucks

Which states had the most fatal accidents involving large trucks in 2020? Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to find out.

7 factors that affect your car insurance rate

How do auto insurers calculate rates? Cheap Insurance found seven factors that impact car insurance using research from across the internet.  

5 ways to upgrade your truck while out 'In The Real' this fall

(BPT) - These days you’re likely thinking twice about making new purchases or doing a lot more research before clicking that buy button on websites. Fortunately, if you have a truck or …

Worried about your teen driver? These 6 steps will put you both at ease

(BPT) - It seems like just yesterday you were watching your child's first steps, and today she is asking for the keys to the car. While your teen may be excited about the prospect of driving, you …

5 things driving interest in EVs

(BPT) - If you think you’ve been seeing more plug-in cars on the road or hybrid vehicles in the carpool lane lately, you are not imagining it. A recent Deloitte report found that high fuel …

The 3,000-year history of toll roads

RateGenius compiled this history of U.S. tolling—beginning with its roots abroad and in ancient history—tapping into research from the Federal Highway Administration; the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association; and other organizations.

5 things to know about the unprecedented used-car market

Jerry analyzes the current trends of new and used auto sales in an unusual car market.

Best truck accessories to help make the most out of your summer

(BPT) - June 21 marks the official start of summer — the season when families and friends pack up for vacation and/or weekend trips traveling the open road. Even if you’re not going far …

Take to the States This Summer with an Iconic All-American Road Trip [Video]

(BPT) - The 8th edition of the biennial MINI TAKES THE STATES road rally is taking place from July 9-17 and will follow some of the best …

How Americans map out summer trips

(BPT) - Summer is traditionally a hot time for … well, everything. And from temperatures to travel plans, 2022 is proving no different. Air travel is making headlines due to rising prices and …

Most expensive cities for car rentals

High demand and low supply have made renting a car more expensive than ever. CoPilot looked at Business Travel News' Corporate Travel Index to find which cities had the most expensive car rentals.  

Proper tire maintenance can help you stay safe, manage inflation and care for Mother Earth

(BPT) - When you think about the safety features on your car, seatbelts and airbags likely come to mind. While most people understand the lifesaving value of these devices, many are unaware of …

How to plan for a road trip in an electric car

(BPT) - Nearly 35 million American drivers will be on the road this summer and while EV infrastructure is still growing, the burgeoning part of the population of first-time EV owners may have to take …
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