The new Chevy Volt lithium-ion battery is what General Motors is counting on for its future. GM announced Wednesday that the Volt’s lithium-ion battery is going to be guaranteed for eight years or 100,000 miles, depending on which comes first. Battery for Chevy Volt is different from other cars The warranties on GM’s conventional car Read on! →


If you know how to change a flat tire, you’ve achieved one of the basic steps in automotive literacy and have my permission to pat yourself on the back for a moment. If you don’t know how to change a flat tire, however, there’s no time like the present to learn. Most us aren’t driving Read on! →


One of the more careless practices that necessitated the subprime bailout was sloppy loan underwriting procedures. Lenders did not sufficiently weigh the risk of lending to consumers who were hard-pressed to repay, leading to excessive loan default. Wards Auto reports that this has led vehicle finance companies to take a closer look at incoming auto Read on! →


Understand This Before Applying for a Loan You’ve come to Car Deal Expert because you want to apply for an auto loan or an auto refinance loan. One of the first things we advise you to do before applying is to know your FICO score and examine your credit report for free at AnnualCreditReport.com. That Read on! →


If you think gas is too expensive and would like to improve your automobile’s fuel economy, consider hypermiling. This “gentle driving” technique that has been perfected by NASCAR will help you save money by enabling you to squeeze as many miles per gallon as possible out of your gas tank. As How Stuff Works puts Read on! →


Have you been greenwashed today? It’s more than likely, if you’ve watched television, read a magazine or surfed an auto website. America’s auto advertising is littered with promises that each automaker’s vehicles deliver on the green promise consumers have become conditioned to expect. Like trained seals, viewers bark with excitement over just how many trees Read on! →


September auto sales are up from a year ago. September of 2009 had dismal sales figures. Just like home sales slumping after the expiration of the tax credit, the end of Cash for Clunkers saw car sales drop off slightly. However, modest gains have been realized since that time. However, September sales were only a Read on! →


Morpace released a recent survey on the habits of car buyers. One of the trends it indicated is that car buyers don’t care about which dealership they buy a new or used vehicle from. It may not matter where the auto loan comes from either. It turns out that the average American cares the most Read on! →