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Doug Haughton

Several million used cars swap homes annually and unfortunately at least half of these are purchased with only minimal thought toward reliability, ease of maintenance, and resale value. Since a poor used car has about the same life expectancy as hubcaps in the Bronx, an informed purchase is a wise purchase. A wise purchase will rarely hold your wallet hostage. Remember, buying used does not mean buying abused. read more »


Contrary to popular belief, Henry Ford did not invent the automobile; nor did Walter Chrysler, David Buick, Louis Chevrolet, or the Dodge brothers, John and Horace.

Although other contraptions that moved under their own power appeared earlier, it is generally accepted that the first commercially available automobile was the Motorwagen, patented by Karl Benz in 1886. Imagine for a moment zipping along at the nosebleed speed of 12 m.p.h. Hmmmm…wonder if they had radar traps back then. read more »

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