It may seem like a wise, cost- saving move: adding roadside assistance coverage to your auto insurance policy. But it may cost you.
Some Midas shops allegedly charged customers for unnecessary repairs.
The Department of Energy will announce that it will begin handing out sums from a $25 billion loan program for the development of fuel-efficient cars.
Buses are looking more attractive these days, with low fares and free Internet access.
How do you find a child seat that will fit properly in your backseat?
Car history reports can leave out important details that could cost you thousands.
Now that Chrysler has emerged from bankruptcy, what's next?
It's rarely a better idea to buy a new car instead of fixing the one you have.
Auto insurers use your credit score to set your insurance premiums. That's not fair.
The government wants you to trade in your used gas-guzzler for a new model.