Volkswagen announced in 2010 that it was developing an electric version of the Golf that would be released in America in 2014. The electric Golf, or “E-Golf,” is still on track for a 2014 release in the U.S., after debuting in Europe. Still slated for production In 2010, according to Car and Driver, Volkswagen announced Read on! →


Recently, Car Deal Expert shared information regarding how to deal when your car has trouble with its power locks. Assessing such things may require removing the inside car door panel to take a closer look. While this may sound like a daunting task, the reality is that when it comes to fixing car door problems, Read on! →


Motorists in central Florida have crashed cars into post office s eight times since the beginning of the year. Officials at the United States Postal Service want them to stop. Please. Eight crashes into post offices All eight of the crashes are unrelated, by all accounts. Most occurred because the driver hit the accelerator when Read on! →


Biodiesel fuel is an arguably more environmentally friendly alternative to the “petrodiesel” most diesel cars run on. Some forms of biodiesel are already manufactured and sold commercially in the United States, while others are do-it-yourself specials. Is biodiesel a legitimate alternative to petrodiesel, or should you keep the vegetable oil out of your gas tank? Read on! →


California commuters wage war on a daily basis, jockeying for position like post-Apocalyptic road warriors en route to their destinations. Gasoline and time come at a premium, which makes California’s July 1 decision to restrict carpool law a problem for commuters who invested in the Honda Prius hybrid. Automotive News suggests Honda missed a golden Read on! →


When you’re looking into an auto loan, watch out for ones that use an old formula called the “Rule of 78s.” This is a method of calculating a rebate of finance charges when a customer repays their debt early. In actuality, the rebate ends up being a “sneaky prepayment penalty,” claims Bankrate.com. The loan-padding scheme, Read on! →


The German luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz is issuing a small-scale recall for some of its SL-Class roadsters from the 2013 model year. A vulnerable air-conditioner refrigerant line is the culprit in the action. It could cause a fire under extreme conditions. Affects fewer than 500 Mercedes SL-Class According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, only Read on! →


If you live anywhere that gets all four seasons, especially snow, you really do need winter tires. No, this isn’t a shill for Les Schwab or Tire Rack but I will gladly accept money from them if they feel I warrant it. (I think so, but then again I would.) Some people think all season Read on! →


It’s not just about how clean your engine is or how few miles your car may have on the odometer. The color of your old car also helps determine its resale value. More exotic or trendy tones may also take more patience to move, in addition to a possible price cut. The color of resale Read on! →