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An auto recall occurs when a manufacturer or governmental entity determines that a specific model (or models) has a safety defect that is not in line with a safety standard at a state or federal level. Once a recall is established, owners are alerted, and the typical response is a free repair. 

The recall repair letter will contain a description of the defect, the hazard or risk that the problem poses, warning signs, how the manufacturer is going to remedy said problem, and finally, instructions on what you should do next. This all sounds rather involved, right? You bet, so when a car is recalled, it is sort of a big deal.  And if we told you that for every 6 times you road in an Uber or Lyft you’d be riding in a recalled car, how freaked out would you be? Extremely freaked? You bet!

An investigation by Consumer Reports in May of this [...]

There are months of the year that mean more than others. To you, March might be the most important month of the year, perhaps because March 10th is your birthday, March 21st is your wedding anniversary, and March 29th is your grandma’s birthday. Yet, for others, March means nothing – no birthday, no anniversary (the marriage never worked out) and grandma celebrated her 91st birthday in November.

But one thing (two things) are for sure – January and August are special months. January is a special month because it marks a new year. New beginnings, positive changes for a new and exciting year, everything ahead of you and nothing left behind. August for kids especially is the same, principally because it is the beginning of a new academic year. Most kids return to school in August, embarking on a new academic adventure, one hopefully that is more positive than the previous year, and for many [...]

In Part II we have some other surefire ticket grabbers, take note!

Dodge RAM 2500

Our first truck on the list! While pick-ups are far from a speedster’s first choice, there is something about the 2500 that makes folks hit that gas pedal more aggressively than perhaps they should.  Reported horsepower after all is just 383, which is above average but not worthy of this list. Prepare to shell out close to $30,000 and get hit with a speeding ticket at least once every year.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Another odd ball, the Wrangler was made to traverse rocky trails and certainly not compete with the likes of a Mustang on the highway. But Wrangler owners tend to prefer to push this car to the limit, pressing 90 plus on the open road and getting nabbed as a result. We break the 15% mark here – 15.35% of Wrangler Unlimited drivers arrive home with $250 less [...]

Ever wonder which cars are going to get you into trouble? By trouble we mean, speeding tickets at a much higher rate than other cars. Well, you can put your worries to rest because this 2-part post is all you will need to orient yourself moving forward.

Now this isn’t to say you should stay away from these cars but do know the cops will have their eyes on you at a higher than average rate.

Hyundai Veloster

Part of the “hot hatch” series, the Veloster looks fast. And this can be an issue even if compared to other cars in its general class, the Veloster isn’t all that fast. Now, the 2019 version is the “N” version which means overall horsepower is jacked to 275 coupled with 260 lb.-ft. or torque. The objective, per Hyundai, of the N is to give the driver a race-inspired feel. That all sounds quite aggressive, which means you [...]

This would be a fun game to play with a whole multitude of brands. Most major auto brands have a rich history, and among the richest is Toyota. The Japanese manufacturer has been a leader in the auto world for decades upon decades. And so, in paying homage to one of the greats, let’s take a look at some of Toyota’s biggest hits.

1955 Toyota Crown

The first Toyota to be sold in the U.S. was the 1958 Crown. But by that time this model was already 3 years old with a loyal fanbase outside America. The Crown had a bit of a rough start, selling only 2,000 units over a 3-year period, plus the initial rap on the car was it was too heavy, small and underpowered. But over time the Crown shook this prejudice and many feel had it not been for the Crown, the Camry would have been a heck of [...]

You wake up, go to work, head to lunch, swing out to buy something, back to work, hop in your car, home by 7, dinner and repeat. Throughout the day, if you’re like millions of other Americans, you were engaging in all of this in a city. What constitutes a city? Generally, it’s an area with 300,000 plus residents (although that can be argued). But a city is a place where commerce and living intersect, lives are lived at all angles, with multiple offers all available at your fingertips.

The automobile began to be mass-produced in the early 20th century. But this did not simply result in more people with more cars. Rather, the design of cities changed in unison, as the car was beginning to be the primary mode of transport in cities and cities rightly had to adapt. When cars first appeared, they shared the roads with pedestrians, horses, carriages and bicycles. Currently, roughly [...]

If you’re a truck guy or gal, then you likely start and end with Ford. It’s understandable, but you do know there are some other brands out there, hello! “Yeah right,” you’re thinking, Ford does it best, they’ve done it best, what’s the point at the end of the day? Hard to argue with this reasoning, because the Ford F-150 is the best-selling truck … ever. But today we’re going to take yet another critical look at the F-150 and stack it up against a worthy competitor – the Ram 1500.

For some time now Ram trucks have occupied the number 3 spot (behind the Chevy Silverado) in the full-size pickup truck race. Ford of course is number 1. The entire Ford F-Series is a beast, the Michael Jordan of trucks, the Tom Brady of hauling stuff and looking good at that. Another interesting tidbit when it comes to pickups – fans of one brand [...]

You don’t want to break the bank. Breaking the bank means your family is pissed and you’re broke. But if you want to stretch the bank – stretch not break – read on.

Real McCoy Chevrolet Corvette Replica

The 1956 Corvette is an absolute icon. This is nothing new to those Vette heads, or racing heads in general. The lines on this car were so unique that few even attempted to mimic them. They were up to be mimicked, but this car is super unique and completely at its own level. Now, this is a replica obviously, but a darn good one.

Featuring a 307 CI engine and a special cam that is a Chevy secret, this ride went through a battery of tests to get it right. The Vette took a title at Sebring and for a cool $85,000 you could have this puppy sitting in your driveway tomorrow.

1979 Volkswagen Super Beetle Convertible

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Know what time it is? Monterey time! The Monterey Car Week is nearly upon us and the car collectible world is on-fire once again. Only Pebble Beach and The Quail can compete, and from a vintage racing perspective, Monterey is the place to be.

Over a 60-hour time frame, six auction houses will host thirteen distinct auctions to move these rides. If the $1 million plus club is too rich for your blood, definitely read on. The following cars will go for much less and are solid collectibles to boot!    

1939 Dayton Ohio Grand National Champion Soap Box Derby Car

It’s crazy to think soap box racing is still a thing in 2019. There are few things that are all the rage in 1939, and then again in 2019! The construction of this piece is very rudimentary, as to be expected. However, there is something inherently charming about this soap box, and while this [...]

It’s no secret that we love, love, love Consumer Reports. One of the most comprehensive companies out there reporting on everything from cars to boats, toasters and skateboards. Whatever you’re into, Consumer Reports have reviewed it and all their information is transparent and available.

The company recently launched a report on which small cars, small SUVs and 3-Row SUVs are best to avoid, which competitors are a better pick, and what are some sneaky alternatives to look out for. On to the results … 

Small Cars

Run for the Hills

In the small car segment, the 2019 Nissan Sentra should be purchased with caution. While a nice and affordable ride, its fierce competitor, the Corolla, is a better bet.

Return from the Hills

The 2019 Toyota Corolla is quite possibly the most solid made car on the market. Sound like a “stretch” statement? It really isn’t, there are more flashy rides for sure, performance [...]

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