A car is a major purchase, so you need to be sure the car you’re buying is the right one for you. It needs to fit your life today and in the future, which makes picking the perfect vehicle tricky. There are lots of options out there from compact sports cars to eight-passenger SUVs.
It seems that virtually every automaker is now planning to include autononomous driving and safety features as standard equipment in most new models and vehicle connectivity is now a given – so where are high-tech car gadgets headed from here?
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced recently that 99-percent of U.S.
The federal safety agency is going to post everything, including technical service bulletins with information that could get your car fixed free of charge.