If you own a car older than twenty years, you may have a carburetor as its induction system. Every new car today has a sophisticated computer controlled fuel injection system instead of a carburetor. This may not seem like a Continue reading →
If you watch TV you’re probably familiar with Progressive and its clever TV advertisements. These TV commercials do a good job of conveying Progressive’s low cost quality auto insurance offerings. The same familiar perky smiling host is always present with Continue reading →
Most American car buyers are in for a little surprise in the next few years, the V6 engines they have become accustomed to for the last three decades are soon to be a thing of the past. Soon to be Continue reading →
This past year has not been a good one for the auto industry. Even though a few automakers had a good year last year by-in-large most felt the big bear claw of the global economic downturn. So when I trudged Continue reading →
How the times have changed. In the last thirty years free trade and U.S. Government regulations along with a few other factors have put the U.S. auto industry, once one of the largest employers of Americans, on the ropes. Chrysler Continue reading →
When I was a youngster Pontiac was GM’s performance division. It was hip and youthful. Owning a Pontiac meant you weren’t some regular Joe – you were a performance-oriented driver. Even the big Pontiac sedans and station wagons had a Continue reading →
Cars have made some very impressive technological advances in the last thirty years. The transition from everything running on a car via basic electronics and mechanical parts has evolved into sophisticated on-board computers running and managing everything.