The trend of car sharing, when drivers borrow vehicles for an hourly fee, is growing by leaps and bounds, notes the Detroit Free Press. Automakers like General Motors are now funneling their dollars into the peer-to-peer movement, and Google is exploring investment opportunities. Car sharing: A new way to rent cars Numerous start-up firms are Read on! →


What are Lemon Laws? Does your new car chug along at 30 mph when you put the pedal all the way to the floor? If the brakes don’t work, the rear door opens by itself, the driver’s seat wobbles, reverse gear doesn’t work, the engine won’t start or it dies for no reason – your Read on! →


Car Deal Expert does not endorse speeding, but we recognize that such law-bending is prevalent and commonly accepted. That’s why a certain segment of the driving population has used radar detectors since they were first introduced in the 1970s. But are radar detectors effective? Many experts believe they’ve become obsolete. How radar guns work Measuring Read on! →


Ferrari has been selling cars in China for 20 years now. The luxury Italian automaker is commemorating its longevity in the world’s largest nation by opening a more-or-less “permanent” exhibit. As part of the effort, the prestigious company will also be making a very limited run of a special-edition 458 Italia model, tailored just for Read on! →


The internets are abuzz over video of a new Corvette Z06 smoking the tires in front of the dealership it was just picked up at. The high-power ‘Vette variant is beginning to hit streets, and the latest iteration of the Z06 is a real doozy. Latest seems the greatest of Corvette Z06 The Corvette Z06, Read on! →


Gasoline-fueled engines run everything from vehicles to lawnmowers and snowblowers, and getting fuel to those engines is not always simple. Safely transporting, storing and using gasoline can help keep you and your vehicle safe. Basics of gasoline safety Gasoline is a volatile substance by its very nature. Its fumes are toxic to breathe and very Read on! →


Controversial political talk show host Rush Limbaugh has taken it upon himself to pass judgment on the Chevy Volt, General Motors’ new electric car. According to Politico, Limbaugh claims that the $41,000 price tag is “a steep price to pay for showing you care about the environment.” While auto industry executives call the Volt a Read on! →


A few car insurance companies are trying a new program that trades privacy for discounts. Pay-as-you-drive insurance, otherwise known as usage-based insurance, can save customers up to 30 percent. These savings, however, require minute-by-minute tracking of the customer’s driving practices. The basics of pay as you drive Pay-as-you-drive insurance is being tested or offered by Read on! →


In learning how to communicate with your mechanic, the first thing that’s helpful to remember is that your goal is to achieve clarity. Think about it. When you talk to your doctor, you try to be as detailed as you can and ask questions, right? That’s the only way to receive the best possible care. Read on! →