A look at nearly 30 million new-car purchases over the past couple of years proves Sundays are the days to hit the lot, for a few reasons.
Most people have no clue, says market tracker WalletHub, which recently analyzed more than 500 price quotes from car insurers to see how credit scores affect premiums.
How'd you like to enjoy 20%, 25% or even 40% gross annual returns on your investments? Take on the risk of high local jobless and rental-vacancy rates and you can.
Thieves are targeting pickup-truck tailgates because the devices are easy to steal and a snap to resell. Unfortunately for victims, replacements can cost as much as $3,000.
These cars should require few trips to the mechanic, especially for work not covered by warranty, which helps save or at least predict the real cost of ownership.
There's a trick of the calendar here: The industry's "sales month" only ends on the last day of a calendar month when that final day falls on a business day.
If strip malls and septic tanks are your idea of paradise, here's a look at five major U.S. cities with car-centric suburban layouts rather than 'urban walkability.'
America's riskiest locales are also some of its heavily populated ones, thanks to the appeal of beaches and picture-perfect mountaintop
A survey finds that the typical consumer has nearly $22 of spare change lying around in his or her car, or about $2.4 billion for all Americans in aggregate.
If you're the type of house-hunter who hates car-centric suburbs but loves pedestrian-friendly cities, here's a look at five metro areas that offer America's best 'walkable urbanism.'