Buying and Selling Cars
Buying or selling a car can be a tedious experience. Articles in this section touch on car buying and financing, insurance, warranties, VINs, and the Kelly Blue Book.
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How to Restore Your Car's Faded Black Trim
What's the Secret Behind the Numbers on the Interstate Signs?
Who Does — and Doesn't — Get Featured on Blue Highway Exit Signs?
How the Best Public Transportation Benefits Cities and Residents
Shared Electric Scooters: Commuter Solution or Urban Nightmare?
Could the Barnacle Windshield Blocker Replace Boot Wheel Clamps?
Are aerodynamic trailers cheaper to tow than boxy ones?
Who Insures Race Car Drivers and Their Cars?
How Has the HANS Device Changed Car Racing?
Female-only Rebelle Rally Teaches More Than Just Navigation
The Aston Martin: From the DB1 to DB7
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Your Chances of Hitting a Deer Rise in the Fall
Can U.S. Cities Avert Gridlock as Life Returns to 'Normal'?
What's the Most Americans Have Ever Paid for Gas?
Rivian Aims to Change the EV Industry One Pickup at a Time
Why Can't You Pump Your Own Gas in New Jersey?
Cyberquad for Kids: Baby's First Tesla
Behind the Scenes at Supercross
Can Popping a Wheelie Land You in Jail?
Can Your Truck Do the Carolina Squat? Should It?
Carmakers to Revive Classic SUVs
Why the Trucking Industry Actually Supports Higher Fuel Taxes
The Long Strange History of License Plates in the U.S.
How to Replace Your Car's Serpentine Belt
Why the Stick Shift Is Going Extinct
When it comes to long-term vehicle performance, you need to know which components the most reliable cars offer. Here are three.
By Talon Homer
With new cars in short supply, more people are turning to used cars. But buying a used car can mean buying someone else's problem. Here's how to get a great deal on a used car.
By Talon Homer
Several carmakers have put clauses in the sales contracts of their supercars that prevent buyers from selling them for at least a few years. Is the practice even legal?
The Porsche Passport app will let drivers swap out different luxury sports cars and SUVs for a regular monthly fee.
If you've sold a used car, the last thing you want to see is your buyer driving it back again with a bad case of remorse. But can they even do that, or are you protected?
It's time to buy a new car. Everybody knows you get the best deals at the end of the month when salespeople are desperate to make their quotas, right? Not exactly.