Nothing lasts forever. Well, nothing except diamonds and Irv Gordon’s 1966 Volvo.
Irv’s candy-apple-red 1966 Volvo P1800 is approaching the 3-million-mile mark, about the same distance it would take to travel to the Moon more than 12 times. Guinness World Records awarded Irv’s Volvo the title of Highest Mileage Vehicle, a record he’s held since 2002. Continue reading
If you’re in the market for a new car, consider its estimated resale value – especially if you plan to sell in a few years. To get started, here are Kelley Blue Book’s 2013 vehicles with the best estimated resale value after five years. Continue reading
When gas prices go up, people will do anything to increase fuel efficiency, including using magnets to “align” gasoline molecules . This myth is just one of many that claims to make your car run more efficiently – but does it really?
Myth: “Premium gasoline makes your car run better.” Continue reading
In part one of our vehicle myth busting series, we showed that, despite what you were taught as a young driver, idling your car wastes more gas than turning it off for a few minutes. Continuing our auto myth busting series, we bring you a question of coasting:
Myth: “Coasting down hills in neutral saves gas.” Continue reading
Your choice of car tires says a lot about you as a driver. Just as owning a pool probably means you live in a warm climate, your vehicle’s tires send a message of their own. Here are a few common and uncommon tire options, why you may need them and what they say about you and your driving habits. Continue reading
Welcome to first installment of our ‘Busting Common Car Myths’ series, where we’ll be examining popular car myths and testing their accuracy.
Myth: “Turning off a car then restarting it wastes much more gas than letting it idle for a few minutes.” Continue reading