No matter how long the car trip, suffering nausea and fatigue can make you wish you had walked there instead. It’s estimated that 25% to 40% of Americans get motion sickness, turning everything from errands around town to holiday road trips into potential nightmares. We asked Timothy Hain, M.D., of …keep reading
When most people bring their car into the garage, they hand over the keys to their mechanic and slink off to wait for the bad news.
But experts say you can save a lot of time and money by having an open, honest conversation with your mechanic before …keep reading
If you’re anything like the average American, you spend more time in the car each day than you do around the family dinner table. So perhaps it’s no surprise that many of us name our cars as though they were members of the family—an act that’s led to the October …keep reading
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