When a reporter for Wired magazine took his car for a high-speed spin, he became part of a research project that caused a tremendous stir in the auto industry.
If you’re thinking of buying or renting a townhouse or condominium, there are some important differences between the two that you should know about. To help you decide between a condo or townhouse, we’ve provided definitions and put together a comprehensive comparison to help you make an informed decision, before you buy.
With deer season upon us, your chances of hitting a deer are much higher during the fall and winter months. Stay safe while on the road with these tips from the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center.
Don't just shop Cyber Monday; shop it like a boss. Here are the tips and tricks you need to snag the best deals on the hottest products —? all without leaving home.
Car batteries are an essential part of an automobile. From getting your car started to charging your phone on-the-go, batteries provide the zap your vehicle needs to keep rolling. That’s why it’s so important to know when to start considering a car battery change, as well as what you can do to extend its lifespan.
The Equifax breach is the latest in a string of incidents that highlight the need for businesses to fortify their security operations.
There’s a lot of information instructing children to be safe during Halloween. However, with pedestrian-vehicle collisions being four times more likely on Halloween, it’s important to highlight some Halloween safety tips for adults. As drivers, we have a responsibility to follow traffic safety advice and help keep children safe on Halloween.
Whenever a strong hurricane or storm causes significant flooding, there is often talk of a 100-year flood.
When people hear this term they think a flood of that magnitude occurs once every hundred years, so they should be safe from harm for the next hundred years. Unfortunately, some base their decision to buy flood insurance on this false belief, putting them at risk of a catastrophic loss.
As the owner of a small business, you are likely the chief lead generator and chief marketer. These tasks may not be what you most enjoy, but they are not difficult and can even be fun. Here are 10 tried-and-true ways to make the process easier:
Are you planning a vacation? An estimated 17.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2015. Whether you’re headed for a beach in Miami or vineyards in Italy, it’s important to take steps to safeguard your identity before you travel.
Follow these simple steps to help protect against identity theft while you’re away from home:
Tire maintenance is one of the most important things you can do for your car from a safety and cost standpoint. The easiest way to care for your tires is both quick and inexpensive: maintain the correct tire pressure.
Driving on under-inflated tires is one of the biggest causes of tire failure, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and under-inflated tires present many other problems. They wear out more rapidly, handle poorly and reduce fuel efficiency. In addition, over-inflated tires are more susceptible to damage from road irregularities, and this also creates a bumpier ride. Overfilling your tires is just as dangerous as under-filling them, so it’s important you know what is recommended for your vehicle.
For the last 40 years, two-car families have been the norm in the United States. And it hasn’t been uncommon for some families to own three or more cars
But auto-industry experts now say societal and technological changes could spell the end of the two-car family.
“Right now in the U.S., 57% of households have two or more cars,” says Gary Silberg, KPMG’s national sector lead partner for the automotive industry. “But I think we’re going to see that change. The rationale for ownership is changing. We’re getting to the point where maybe you only need one car instead of two.”
Silberg predicts that by 2040 the share of two-car families will decrease to 43% – and that percentage will continue sliding. Two major forces that are driving the change, he says: self-driving cars and the growing popularity of on-demand, ride-share services.