We'll show you how to save money on your next car purchase and give you the savings knowledge related to maintenance and use of your new or used vehicle. You can also save on repairs by purchasing discount parts online and using these automotive free shipping codes to places like Auto Parts Warehouse, Auto Barn, Advance Auto Parts and Sears.

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Saying farewell to an old car is a lot easier when you've received a good price for it. Even with a new vehicle in the offing, you still have to pay attention to marketing the old model wisely. Here's how to get the best price for your bomber.

Auto dealers try to make us believe Presidents Day is the best time to purchase a new car, but this is one of those "buyer beware" cases where it's important to perform your due diligence.

That dang "check engine" light is flashing on your car dashboard again. Even mechanics don't know why until they give your entire auto a checkover. Sometimes the problem can be as simple as an oil change.

An elegant yet basic Internet auto swindle has taken almost 1,000 consumers for up to $5,000 each. Posing as a legitimate car dealership, the consters created a fake website and real address as contact info. 

We all know someone who drives like their in a race: stopping and starting like jackrabbits, trying to beat everyone at the light, and speeding like a demon. According to Click and Clack on NPR's Car Talk, the loss in fuel economy can be up to 10 miles per hour.

Buying a green car may sound expensive but it actually can save you lots of green. As Earth comes and goes once again, we look at the most environmentally intelligent cars of the year.

If you don't know a crank shaft from a drive train, it's easy to get taken in by repair shops just looking to boost their bills. Our guide can help you unwind the maze of problems you'll face and lead you to auto-repair safety.

Quicky lube shops are handy for those who are unwilling or unable to change their own oil. But the auto-uneducated may find it difficult to resist upsells they don't understand. 

There's no percentage in driving without car insurance, yet many Americans do it every day. Learn the ins and outs of covering your auto before you buy your next policy or plan to forego one altogether.

Sticker shock isn't limited to the price, but imagine how much more shocked you'd be if there wasn't a window sticker. U.S. law requires auto dealers of both new and used vehicles must include basic information for each car they sell.