Buying a environmentally friendly vehicle could earn you tax credits, rebates and other discounts.
Forty-seven miles per gallon? Yeah, right. The figure automakers tout is rarely what drivers actually get in normal driving conditions.
Usage-based insurance can offer big savings, depending on how much you drive and how you drive.
Your old Honda or new pickup truck could be a magnet for auto thieves.
The Consumer Federation of America says insurance companies are discriminating against consumers they think won’t ditch if rates go up for no reason.
Florida’s aging population poses challenges on the road, but some changes could make driving easier.
Car parts made of lighter materials are often more complicated, or even impossible, to repair.