As gas prices continue to soar across the nation, many drivers of premium cars may be considering switching to a cheaper grade of fuel to save money on the road. Experts say it is probably not a good idea. Fuel price exceeds $4 early Fuel prices rose to more than $4 a gallon in Washington, Read on! →


As fuel prices continue to increase at the nation’s gas pumps, it has become increasingly necessary for drivers to find ways to economize on the road. So far, we looked at turning to more fuel-efficient vehicles. Now we will explore some ways to wring the most value out of whatever you are driving now. [The Read on! →


Don’t play with your smartphone while you’re driving. Rock the hands-free or get a co-pilot, and then check out the following list of best apps for drivers. Promise you’ll be safe before you read on. These must-have driving apps can save you money and keep you safe while on the road. They’re commonly available for Read on! →


Part of marketing campaigns for hybrid cars is that they save money on gas. It would appear so, since the typical hybrid car uses less gasoline than a standard automobile with an internal combustion engine. However, a study has just been released which rakes hybrid cars over the coals for wasting a lot of money. Read on! →


October was a great month for car makers as sales picked up, but the gap between truck sales and car sales has widened. This gap between the number of trucks purchased and number of cars purchased is a bit surprising. The assumption would be that in a down economy, more people would be buying economical, Read on! →