Posts Tagged ‘Cars’

The Best Cars for Seniors in 2019

As you get older, small sports cars become a bit less appealing. You need a ride that prioritizes comfort and safety over pure driving excitement. Choosing the wrong vehicle is bound to make your everyday commute less enjoyable. To help, here are the five best cars for seniors in 2019.

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The 6 Most Reliable Cars of 2018

These days there is a large focus in the automotive industry on green vehicles and electric power. What most people may not realize, however, is that saving the environment doesn’t always equate to a reliable automobile. Electronics glitch out in any kind of engine, be it gas-powered or electric, and while technology has advanced quite a bit, the only reliable vehicle of mobility is attached to all of us. Well, those of us who have two working legs.

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The Biggest New Car Trends for 2019

If you’re curious about what lies ahead for the automotive industry, you’ve made the right turn. The four-wheeled future isn’t contained in a fortune teller’s crystal ball. It’s written in press releases, captured in photos, and featured at the many auto shows presented throughout the year. Here’s what we know about what’s to come in 2019.

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How to Sell Your Junk Car

When you’ve got a vehicle that doesn’t run or that you’ve already replaced with a better vehicle, it can feel like a dead end and many people don’t know what options are available to remove their junk car. Often, owners who encounter this dead end will choose one of two paths — they’ll either sit and let the car rust or they’ll take it to a junkyard.

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The Worst Cars Ever Made

Cars are about more than transportation. Sure, any old rust-bucket can get you from point A to point B. But even the most pragmatic car-buyers value style just as much as leg room and gas mileage. There’s no two ways about it: vehicles are a status symbol, an expensive fashion accessory. For better or worse, vehicles say as much about the driver as they do about the company that manufactured it. Why? Advertising, for starters.

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