Driving Down the Cost of Summer Driving: 10 Ways to Save on Gas

cost of summer drivingGas prices are often the highest of the year during summer — the same time of year that people tend to drive the most. To help you limit the cost of summer driving, here are 10 ways you can save on gas. Continue reading

A Teen Driver in the Family? 7 Ways to Save on Your Auto Insurance

teen driver-auto insuranceGetting insurance for your newly licensed teen driver can be expensive. Young drivers don’t have the best reputation with the insurance companies, which means premiums start high and then go down as a teen driver ages.  Continue reading

Lease Assumption: An Ideal Solution When You Can No Longer Handle Your Payments

lease assumptionChange is the one constant in life. If you’re leasing a car, those changes can sometimes mean you’re stuck with a vehicle that you can no longer afford, no longer need or simply don’t want.  Continue reading

Your Car’s Aerodynamics and Fuel Efficiency: The Details That Decrease Drag

aerodynamics and fuel efficiencyIn their continuing efforts to improve the fuel mileage of their fleets, auto manufacturers are placing a renewed emphasis on aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. Continue reading

Going With a Car That Somebody Else Has Leased? Smart Move

leasing car that somebody else has leasedLeasing a new car and buying a used car are widely regarded as the two best ways to save money when shopping for a vehicle. But for many people, the smartest move is to go with a car that somebody else has leased. By taking over the lease on a used car, you can get the best of both worlds. Continue reading