Here’s what you need to know about vehicle recalls and what you should do if there’s one for your vehicle.
Welcome to NAPA Knows New Cars with the 2018 Ford Expedition. This is not your normal new car review. This series focuses more on the nuts & bolts of the vehicle that are not usually covered by other outlets.
You may have never heard of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, but you probably know about it under a different name. It’s often called the “federal lemon law,” and it regulates warranties on consumer products. That includes smaller items in your home and the thing most associated with lemon laws — your car…
Most people buy their cars, but you can also lease a car. Here are the ins and outs of car leasing and why you might want to consider it for your next car.
Your car warranty is a blessing, but these myths may distract you into thinking it’s a curse.
Most wheel and brake work is still accessible to home mechanics. Here’s a look at the dos and don’ts of DIY new car care.
What should you do if you receive a recall notice, or see a news story that identifies your automobile as potentially being part of a recall? The most important thing is not to panic. So after you let yourself breathe for a couple moments, here are four steps that will see you through the process…