Though correlation doesn’t imply causation, it can sometimes be quite revealing, and in certain circumstances, it may even be predictive. That’s the thinking behind taking a look at the cars most and least likely to get tickets in 2016. The data was gathered in a survey conducted by Insurance.com between February 2014 and February 2016. … Continue reading 8 Cars Most and Least Likely to Get Tickets in 2016
John Campion has told the tale often enough, but the impact is easy to understand: It’s Easter morning, in 1978, in a forest in southwestern Ireland. Suddenly, the quiet is split open by what looks like a flying wedge with four wheels on it, and it’s literally flying – catching air over the gravel – … Continue reading How a Morning in the Forest Created a Lifelong Rally Car Enthusiast
Honda Accord and Civic owners are at the greatest risk of getting their vehicles stolen, at least according to the latest “Hot Wheels” report released by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The report analyzes data the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) receives from law enforcement, resulting in a list of the most stolen vehicles … Continue reading The 10 Most Stolen Cars in America
Tax day is upon us and unfortunately for many of us that means paying up. Freelance writers like myself know this pain quite well, trust me, my eye is still twitching. However, in the best case scenarios mailing in the tax forms is a little like winning the lottery. You fill in the blanks and … Continue reading 5 Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund
Everyone knows advertising during the Super Bowl is big bucks. The Wall Street Journal indicates that the automotive industry spent $26.4 million on Super Bowl advertising ten years ago. In comparison, car companies spent $117.6 million on Super Bowl commercials last year. The Detroit Free Press reports, “Last year, nine automakers purchased commercials for 11 … Continue reading The Best Super Bowl Car Commercials
According to data from the FBI, nearly 700,000 cars were stolen across the nation in 2013. Over $4.1 billion was lost as a result of stolen vehicles that year, and on average, each owner lost $5,972. So, what happens to all those stolen cars? While some stolen cars are recovered by law enforcement, there are … Continue reading What Happens to Stolen Cars?