Important Post Snow Tip: Wash Your Car!

December 30, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Now that the Seattle Snopacalypse of 2008 is finally over, motorists can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Chains are being tucked away and forgotten while snow shovels are going back to the garage.

However, before you pat your back on having braved the snow and ice with your trusty car, there’s one important thing you might want to do: wash your car! Sound strange? Then keep reading.
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The Best Cars for Snow

December 18, 2008 by · 4 Comments 

It’s finally here. Snow has blanketed western Washington and has caused havoc on the roads. If they’re actually closing down parts of 520, and I-5 is down to one lane, that’s a red flag to stay off the streets. If you absolutely have to get somewhere, then you absolutely have to have a vehicle that can handle it. Read more

Where to Find a Working Bare Bones Used Car

December 17, 2008 by · 8 Comments 

This is the second part of’s series on Buying a Used Car for Under $1,000.

It’s hard to think that it’s possible to buy a working, semi-reliable car for under $1,000, but if you cut out the plush comforts, it’s still a reasonable goal. Read more

How to Buy a Used Car for Under $1,000

December 16, 2008 by · 22 Comments 

In one of the worst automotive sales years on record, auto dealers are slashing prices on new cars to entice buyers. However, for the buyer on the shoestring who is looking for the ultimate deal, we’re going to tell you how to buy a used car for under $1,000. And to prove it, we’re going to do it.
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Al Gore on Auto Bailout: We Gave then $1 Billion 15 Years Ago and They Walked Away

December 1, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

In a recent Newsweek interview with Al Gore, here’s a telling quote on what US automakers have really thought about clean and efficient cars this whole time: Read more

The Bad Boy Buggy is All Good

November 25, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

How would people describe a typical off-road vehicle? Maybe loud, possibly rugged, but certainly gas burning. That’s where the Bad Boy Buggy comes in. Read more

The Smart Car is a Smart Move!

November 11, 2008 by · 2 Comments 

“Hey what’s that?!”

That’s usually what you hear when people see the Smart Car Fourtwo in the Seattle area. The size, the way it handles, and overall appealing looks makes the Fourtwo a unique vehicle for the road. Read more

Observations from the 2009 Seattle Auto Show

November 6, 2008 by · 3 Comments 

Beauties like this Lamborghini Gallardo are one of the many reasons why people go to auto shows. The guys behind the Seattle Auto Show knows this, which is why they his the crowds right out off the bat with the big toys. Read more

Differences Between the Soccer Mom and Yoga Mom Vehicles

November 2, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

The word itself, “soccer mom”, usually conjures up negative connotations of someone with the huge gas guzzling van or SUV with honor roll stickers on the outside, and kids screaming on the inside. But that type of mother has evolved.

Enter the Yoga Mom.

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Don’t be at Fault: How to Prevent Insurance Hikes

October 29, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

Next to a visit to the dentist, getting into a car accident ranks as one of the most aggravating experiences to be in. Police reports, repairs, injuries and even court appearances make life miserable enough, but the coup de grace is learning that your insurance rates have been jacked up. Read more

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