Imagine having a travel partner who always knows where to find the lowest gas prices, always knows where you parked, can feed you detailed data on your operational costs and can even warn you of speed traps. Believe it or not, such a partner exists— it’s your smartphone. Download these apps before heading out on the road: Gas Buddy Nobody … Continue reading
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Cartips.com has gotten a facelift!
Hey cartips fans. If you haven’t already noticed, we’ve rolled out a new and improved layout of our site. The new features include a cleaner easier to navigate design and a new search function available on the homepage. We’re always interested in feedback so let us know what you think in the comments below.
Online Drivers Education – What You Need To Know
Depending on the state in which you live, you may find that online driver’s education works a bit differently. But, throughout the US you will find, that the basic concept remains, and it is that the online drivers education is offered to provide drivers an advantage that they otherwise would not have. Your state laws and your age determine whether … Continue reading
Who Pays the Most For Car Repairs?
Car Repair costs vary a lot across The United States. The question is, who pays the most? Convoy Auto Repair also wanted to know the answer so they set out to find the details. The result? A very awesome infographic. Where do you fall in this mix? Let us know in the comments below.
Infographic: Do Americans Like Buying Cars?
Online Drivers Education in California
Learning to drive can really be a stressful time in a young person’s life. Not only are you considering making a very substantial purchase (your new car) but also you’re going to incur additional monthly costs of maintenance, insurance and gas. To top it all off, you don’t want to start your driving life with an accident that can set … Continue reading
New York Motorcyclist Dies From Head Injury While Protesting Helmet Laws
A 55 year old New York man has died from injuries to his head while riding his motorcycle without a helmet. What’s worse, is that he was riding to protest the state’s helmet laws imposed on motorcyclists. Philip Contos’ head hit the pavement after he locked up his tires on his Harley Davidson and went flying over the handlebars. He … Continue reading
Way Back Wednesday: Vintage Porsche Posters
Remember that Porsche that you had on your wall as a kid? Well they made posters about that car, and they were cool. So cool in fact that we wanted to feature a whole gallery of vintage Porsche posters for your viewing enjoyment.
2011 Super Bowl Car Commercials
Well, the Super Bowl is over for another year and all of the hype is starting to die down. Christina messed up the anthem, the Steelers lost, and a whole bunch of car commercials hit the air. Here are my favorite car ads from the 2011 Super Bowl. Let us know in the comments below what your favorite was.
Way Back Wednesday: The Bentley MK VI
After being sold to Rolls Royce in 1931, Bentley produced the MK VI from 1946 to 1952. Originally, this car had an F head 4.3l straight six engine but moved to a 4.6 in 1951. The car came in either a 2 door or a 4 door and was controlled by a 4 speed manual transmission. All in all these … Continue reading