Posts from ‘Featured’

Apr
07
Maintaining Your Car During the Shutdown

Don’t let leaves gather under the hood of your daily driver. Here are a few simple tips to help you keep your car in good shape until we’re all back on the road.

If you’re like most Americans right now, you’re not using your car much. You’re likely hunkered down at home, working from the couch, and doing as little in-person shopping as possible. And that’s good–we’re supposed to be limiting our contact with other folks during the shutdown, as strange as that might feel.

Dec
02

Consumer Guide Best Buys

New Frugal Fun Award Highlights Consumer Guide® Automotive’s 2020 Best Buy List

 With Six Best Buy Models, Honda Is Most Awarded Brand

Sep
16
What Is Midgrade Gas?

Are there any vehicles that require the use of midgrade gasoline? Read on…

You see it every time you pull in to the gas station to fill up. Situated there, between the regular and premium gasoline options on the fuel pump, is a mysterious third choice: Midgrade. What is midgrade gas? Read on…

Aug
13
Big and Tall, Good cars for big guys

Feeling pinched by your current car? You’re not alone. For some excellent new-car options, read on. (Image of enhanced-cabin Saturn Ion courtesy Consumer Guide Big & Tall)

The diet is going well, thanks for asking. But even when I hit my goal (weighing what I did when I got married), I still won’t be a slender man.

I am 6’ 1”, and at the moment weigh more than 350 pounds. The plan is for there to be at least 100 pounds less of me by this time next year. Wish me luck. Still, even at my target mass, I will be a big guy, which, I believe, qualifies me to speak on behalf of big guys everywhere.

Mar
22

An image of a black cloth interior on the left, a beige leather interior on the right

At some point in your life, you likely will have to make the decision: Cloth or leather. What’s it going to be?