You already plug in your cell phone to re-charge it each night, so why not your car too? In the coming months, the first mass-produced plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicles will be quietly rolling onto city streets. Learn the differences between them, the cars available and if one of …keep reading
As our population has continued to grow and more and more people are being forced to relocate to suburbia, average commute times have sky-rocketed. A recent national study revealed that commuters in large metropolitan areas like New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago spend nearly an entire work week each …keep reading
Every vehicle comes with a manufacturer recommended tire pressure range. Tire or air pressure is measured in PSI (pounds per square inch). It is a common misconception that the PSI on the side of the tire is the recommended level. This is incorrect. The PSI on the tire …keep reading
Some movies and television shows aren’t just remembered for their stars—they’re remembered for their cars. Here are a few of our favorite on-screen rides.
The DeLorean from Back to the Future
This gull-winged, stainless-steel beauty wasn’t just easy on the eyes. It came equipped …keep reading
In the third and final installment of this how-to series, Ryan Dextraze—a member of driver the GEICO NASCAR pit crew—shows us what to do if your car starts making noises.
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