Staged car crashes are big money. So big, in fact, that the National Insurance Crime Breau has whole brochures on it. It’s also lucrative enough that one group of people from Washington state pulled off a three-year scheme of fake crashes. That is, until
Consumer Reports took an in-depth look at the practices of two of the largest subprime auto lending banks in America, and the results were grim: Predatory lenders focus their services on poorer people in desperate need of a car because they make money on
Back in November, Apple — one of the tech industry’s leading adversaries of the right-to-repair movement — finally caved to pressure from regulators and consumers and announced it would make parts and tools for its products available to the general public
This morning, we asked you which muscle cars you thought were the worst ever built. Despite all the debate around what actually counts as a muscle car, you gave some great answers — including an apparent blanket hatred for the years between 1969 and 1990.