Learn about snow tires, how they improve winter driving, and how they work.
Learn everything you need to know about a car insurance declaration page, where to find it, and the information it contains.
A VIN is a series of 17 letters and numbers assigned to each vehicle. Here’s what you need to know about your car’s VIN.
The cost to replace a Tesla battery is $5,000 to $20,000 on average, though specific costs may vary by Tesla model and labor costs.
Unleaded gas is vehicle fuel that doesn’t contain tetraethyl lead. It’s the only kind of gas you can buy for cars.
Collision insurance covers damage to your own vehicle in the event of an accident, regardless of who is at fault. Learn more about collision insurance.
Road salt can be corrosive, but with proper maintenance, you can prevent it from causing major damage to your car.
When driving on black ice, try to stay calm and avoid sudden maneuvers. Check out some general rules that can help you avoid accidents.
You can find your policy number on your insurance card. You may need to provide this number after an accident, for the police, and for your insurer.
U.S. residents need a REAL ID to fly on domestic commercial flights starting in 2025. Learn the difference between a REAL ID and a driver’s license.
Illinois emissions testing is a requirement for certain vehicles in certain counties in the state of Illinois. Find out what’s involved.
For some, an extended warranty can provide peace of mind and protection against costly repairs, while for others it may be an unnecessary expense.
Your premium depends on your motorcycle, coverage, age, driving history, and more. Insurance costs an average of $519 per year for an 18-year-old.
Whether you’re getting car insurance for the first time or renewing coverage, brushing up on car insurance lingo can help you understand the terminology as you shop around. Here’s what a policyholder means in car insurance, including who they are and what they’re responsible for.
The average minimum driving age in the U.S. is 16. However, it can vary by state, so check the requirements for the state you plan to drive in.