Purchasing a used car can be a very nerve-wracking and difficult process – but Carfax or Autocheck reports can help make the process easier. Nowadays, a vehicle history report is a standard tool in used car shopping. So which should you get – a Carfax Report or Autocheck report? What is included in vehicle history Read on! →

Do you know what that 17-digit number you can see in a variety of places on your vehicle means? That’s your car’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and it is packed full of useful data. When you register your vehicle, buy insurance, take the car in for repairs or try to help police find your ride Read on! →

An investigation by Edmunds has revealed that a large number of cars that are recalled by manufacturers don’t get fixed. A good number of similar inquiries have found similar results of many owners not getting repairs done that could save their lives. Stand by your van Earlier this week, Ford announced a recall of Windstar Read on! →

Don’t let a dealer take you for a ride! When you’re purchasing a new or used vehicle, you want everything to go smoothly. A great deal of money is set to change hands in such a transaction, and you don’t want to find yourself on the wrong side of a bad contract or price gouge. Read on! →

According to a report released Monday by CarFax, the automotive pricing website, there were nearly 3 million cars for sale in the U.S. last year that were subject to safety recalls. ‘Threatens safety of consumers everywhere’ The Carfax study found that there were about 2.7 million vehicles offered to buyers that had not been fixed, Read on! →

Buying a flood-damaged automobile is an extreme risk, which makes knowing how to spot flood damage a valuable skill. Considering how many flood-damaged cars have hit the market in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, it pays for consumers to know how to protect themselves against polished, shiny vehicles hiding a proverbial ticking time bomb under Read on! →