Tag: SUVs

Auto History

The Worst Cars in History

April 21, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Design fails. Second World manufacturing. Helter-skelter management. For one reason or another, these go down as the worst cars in history.

Auto Insurance

Why Are Catalytic Converters Stolen?

April 04, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Catalytic converter theft is skyrocketing across the country. Here’s why thieves are after these valuable car parts and what you can do to prevent yours from getting heisted.

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Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Crossover SUVs

February 14, 2022. Alan Rider

If the sign of a maturing market segment is diversity, the humble crossover SUV is all grown up. Here are two distinctly different models that illustrate our point.

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

The Stories Behind Popular Car Model Names

September 13, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Automakers have found inspiration for their car model names everywhere, from Mother Nature to military vehicles.

Auto History

What Was the Bestselling Car the Year You Started Driving?

August 31, 2021. 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?

Cars & Trucks

Why Are Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise?

August 30, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Pedestrians are getting hit and killed by automobiles at unprecedented levels. Here’s why it’s happening.

Cars & Trucks

What Type of Car Should I Buy?

April 23, 2021. AAA Staff

Choose the right vehicle for your personal preferences, budget and lifestyle with help from AAA.

AAA

It Now Costs More Than Ever to Own a Car

December 23, 2020. Andrew Sheldon

In 2020, the average annual cost of vehicle ownership rose to more than $9,500.