I knew living full time in our Talbot Express “Jack” wasn’t going to be easy. He has been named after my late moth-in-law’s dog, who passed as we were just finishing the renovations. I knew that things would be cramped, tempers would be lost and things would fall out of cupboards.
At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
It's something that can happen to anyone: You pull out of a parking spot, only to back into a telephone pole or bump the car behind you. You can't really blame yourself when it happens, either.
Buying a lemon, if you are not acquainted with the term, is buying a vehicle that does not perform to par as its dealer promised.
"You really shouldn't ride those things; they aren't safe."
"The Hess Truck's here and it's better than everFor Christmas this year! The Hess Truck's here!"
Not everyone is a "car person," and that's alright by me. Even if you don't have any particular interest in cars, however, there's still a good chance you own one. In fact, you probably use it almost every single day. If you own a car, you need to be in tune to its basic maintenance needs, and changing your oil is an integral part of those needs—among other car maintenance tips every driver should know. Whether you love learning about cars or you just want to know enough to take care of your daily mode of transportation, there are basic facts we should all know about our oil.
Are you planning on hitting the road this upcoming holiday season? While many people take planes in order to get home, even more people pack up their cars, load in their families, and drive to their loved ones. The traffic speaks for itself! Whether you’re headed to your mom’s house for a big turkey dinner, or headed to your favorite winter cabin to open festive gifts, there are a few important driving tips that you should keep in mind.
There are certain cars that mechanics make their livings off of. The most unreliable cars you should never buy are often the ones that mechanics see in their shop on a regular basis, and will typically be the ones mechanics will warn you against purchasing.