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Cars & Trucks

The Most Stolen Cars in America

September 20, 2022. AAA Staff

Is your automobile most likely to catch a thief’s eye? A report by the Highway Loss Data Institute reveals the top 20 vehicles most likely to be stolen.

Auto History

What Was the Bestselling Car the Year You Started Driving?

July 28, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

There have only been seven different car models to top the annual sales charts the last 40 years. Did yours make the list?

Retirement

The Best Cars for Older Drivers and Retirees

July 06, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

For the practical, the frugal or the dreamer, these are some of the best cars for older drivers and retirees.

Cars & Trucks

The 5 Best Cars for Winter Driving

January 14, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

With important safety features, these are among the best cars for winter driving. They’ll also get you where you’re going in style.

Cars & Trucks

The Discontinued Cars of 2022

January 03, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Notable cars from the likes of Volkswagen, Toyota and Honda will be discontinued in 2022. Is your vehicle one of them?

Auto History

How Car Companies Got Their Names

November 16, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Was Jeep named after a character in Popeye? What does the “Alfa” in Alfa Romeo stand for? Learn the origins of famous brands.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Maximum MPG

May 26, 2021. Alan Rider

The average automobile returns about 25 miles per gallon. Here’s a pair of not-so-exotic vehicles pushing the boundaries of fuel efficiency.

Electric Vehicles

What Are the Different Types of Electric Vehicles?

April 14, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Before purchasing an eco-friendly car, there are several distinguishing features of the different types of electric vehicles you should know.

Cars & Trucks

The Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Worth Considering

March 31, 2021. Maddy Osman

You can spend your extra gas money elsewhere when you purchase one of these fuel-efficient car options.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Turning It up to ‘11’

February 11, 2021. Alan Rider

In “This Is Spinal Tap,” a character brags that their amplifiers go to “11” instead of just 10. That same philosophy applies to cars when automakers take performance to the next level.