Basic maintenance of your vehicle would not be complete without focusing on that professional shine. Click if you’ve missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Exterior car care basic maintenance tip No. 3 – Tape lamp covers until you replace Cracked glass or plastic in front of a turn signal, brake light or Read on! →


If you’re a fan of presidential car trivia, you’re in the right place. This concludes the look into the history of presidential cars. Part one: President Taft to President Kennedy. Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969) President Johnson’s long, white Lincoln Continental Convertible carried visitors on tours of his Stonewall, Texas, ranch. But it was his blue Read on! →


With apologies to supermodel Adriana Lima, the real magic viewers of the Kia Super Bowl commercial got to see was of the automotive variety. The new high-end Kia Optima Limited sedan should prove to be a flagship model for the South Korean automaker, reports indicate. Kia Optima Limited hangs with Lima, Mötley Crüe Millions of Read on! →


Getting your oil changed, or changing your own oil, seems like a pretty basic process. Drain out the oil, replace the filter, put everything back together, and add new oil. In some mechanics’ garages and quick-lube shops, though, “suction” or “siphon” oil changing methods are gaining popularity. What are the basic differences between suction oil Read on! →


Not long ago, Subaru announced that the XV compact crossover on sale in Europe would be coming to America as the XV Crosstrek. The car was just debuted at the New York Auto Show. Serious little off-roader Last year, according to the Washington Post, Subaru debuted a compact crossover wagon/SUV called the XV, based on Read on! →


An auto parts theft ring has been discovered operating at General Motors’ Australian bran, Holden. Holden workers parts theft has resulted in more than $2.5 million in engines and transmissions being stolen from the Holden assembly plant in Elizabeth, Australia. Johnny Cash would likely be livid at Holden workers parts theft As AutoBlog diligently points Read on! →


Toyota recently released the Prius C, a smaller version of Toyota’s uber-popular hybrid sedan that costs less than $20,000. Sales have been through the roof, so Toyota is increasing production of the Prius C to meet the demand. Cheaper version of wildly popular car The Toyota Prius is the most popular hybrid car in the Read on! →


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! →


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! →


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! →