A grass roots campaign is prodding slow drivers out of the left lane. As traffic becomes increasingly congested, Left Lane Drivers of America says it’s time for citizens to reclaim the left lane.
One way to remember to prepare your vehicle for spring is when you’re changing the clocks, “spring” cleaning the windows and/or sorting through all those no-longer needed items.
There are a few simple things you can do yourself to help your car last longer, give you better service and save money in the long run.
Every industry has its own lingo. The automobile industry is no different. Consumers, particularly female consumers, are often at a disadvantage when purchasing cars or having cars serviced, because they don’t understand or speak the lingo.
Auto theft is an expensive crime.*
All too often, consumer attitudes about vehicle theft prevention are based on misconceptions—misconceptions that can have expensive consequences for unprepared vehicle owners, says Carolyn Gorman, vice president of the Insurance Information Institute, a not-for-profit consumer education organization.