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Hardly Worth Mentioning: Features We Take for Granted

10.19.2016

Once upon a time, a radio and heater were exciting car options. In today's highly equipped auto market, we don't get excited about air conditioning, automatics, power windows and doors or cruise control.

Short Grandmas and Hidden Seat Belts

09.29.2016

Susan has a heck of a time belting in the grandkids' booster seats. Has anyone invented a better way to reach those buried fasteners?

Ray Offers a Couple of Final Suggestions before Eldorado Is Ditched

08.16.2016

Can Ray help Arlene's Eldorado come to its senses? It's been veering towards fences for so long.

Surviving the Superhighway Free-For-All

07.12.2016
Virginia's cross-country trip convinced her that freeways are a moving mosh pit. What's the best way to stay safe on the highway?

Bye-Bye Blind Spots: Japan Green Lights Cameras Replacing Outside Mirrors

07.12.2016
It won't be long before the outside rearview mirror--primitive tech that's noisy, heavy and an aerodynamic nightmare--is history around the world. 

Which Safety Features are Worth It?

07.05.2016
Mike and Marcia want to know how much of the new safety gadgetry is actually useful, and how much just pads the bottom line?

Help! My Tank Keeps Getting Rear-Ended!

06.16.2016
Paige has been rear-ended twice in an older pickup truck and it's getting old---not just the truck, but the accidents. What can newer vehicles offer that are better than the faithful old tank she's driving now?

Classic or "Modern Classic" for a New Driver?

05.10.2016
Nancy's daughter wants a classic for her first car. How old can it be and still have some safety features?

Is this "Millennial" Falcon a Safe Bet?

05.04.2016
Can an older car be upgraded to more modern safety standards? Ken's friend has his sights set on an older Ford Falcon. Is it family car material?

We Volunteer: Automakers Agree to Make Auto Emergency Braking Standard by 2022

03.19.2016
Forget the slow "rulemaking," the feds say, lets start saving lives as soon as possible.

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