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How Often Does the Suspension System Require Routine Maintenance?

Keeping a car, truck, or other vehicle running safely and efficiently requires a certain amount of routine maintenance.

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Russian car sales plummet by 43%

Russia's auto industry continues to suffer, thanks to rapid inflation due to plunging oil prices and western sanctions.

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A BMW i3 will cost you $100,000 in Brazil

Brazil is a long way from the US, and the price of the BMW i3 in that South American country is even further away from what Americans pay for the same electric vehicle. But that hasn't stopped a few wealthy Brazilians from taking the plunge.

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Is today's Honda Accord cheaper than it was back in 1989?

Whether you're shopping at the grocery story or on a car lot, everything seems to be getting more expensive these days. However, when all the factors are considered, that might be more an issue of perception than of fact. The American Public Media radio show Marketplace recently tackled the question whether modern vehicles were actually more expensive once you fa

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Mr. Toad goes down in flames... a reminder to check tire pressure?

The feds are so intent on having you check your tire pressure that they're willing to sacrifice toads in the process. Well, not really, but the new NHTSA ad campaign takes a strange tack to inform consumers that summer weather is Hell on tires.

Seriously, gas isn't THAT expensive

You've heard this point before, but despite the price of gas being at record levels, adjusted for inflation, it's still not the most expensive we've ever paid for dead-dino juice in the U.S. The Auto Prophet, one of the original auto-related bloggers that's still keepin' it real, found this informative chart (see larger version here) from InflationData.com that illustr

Nitrogen vending inflation station set to save you fuel

Fact 1: The US Department of Energy estimates that we could save two million gallons of gasoline every day if our tires were properly inflated.