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It’s easy to check your car’s safety rating: Here’s how

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It’s easy to overlook safety as a crucial part of your car, but it’s a crucial pillar to any vehicle. In the event of a crash, a car’s number one job is to keep passengers as safe as can be. With that in mind, you can check your current car’s safety rating with a few simple steps. Or, if you’re shopping for a new car, you can find that particular vehicle’s safety rating too.

Here’s how to find out your car’s safety rating, and what happens if the federal government hasn’t tested a particular car.

1. Have your year, make and model information

Perhaps you know it by heart, or you need to find this information. The owner’s manual included with your car will give you all the relevant information needed to supply the proper year, make and model. Don’t have the owner’s manual? A window

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Missed Monterey Car Week? Here’s What Happened at the World’s Premier Auto Show

If the adage “absence makes the heart grow fonder” was ever in question, all doubt was removed over the course of about 10 days this month—for motoring enthusiasts, at least. After the automotive world’s premier expo, Monterey Car Week, in Northern California, was garaged last year, the industry’s glitterati, collectors and admirers of every age seemed determined that the 2021 edition of Monterey Car Week would not only see the light of day, but shine more brightly than ever.

The show, which now includes a series of exhibitions, historics racing, auctions and a few concours, started as a single-day car exhibition scheduled to complement the Pebble Beach Road Race in 1950. Although the latter went idle after 1956, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance continued strong and, like a sun drawing celestial bodies into orbit, began gathering related automotive events.

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A crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the awards ceremony at the 2021 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. - Credit: Photo by Tom O'Neal, courtesy of Rolex.

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Here’s what kind of car loan you can get depending on your credit score

If you’re shopping for a car and plan to finance your vehicle, you’ll want to consider your credit history and credit scores, which will help determine the kind of auto loan you’re eligible for and what kind of loan terms you might be offered. A good credit score can make a big difference.

Your credit score is the three-digit number that tells lenders how likely it is that you’ll pay back any money you borrow.

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It helps lenders decide whether they want to give you a loan and what kind of interest rate to offer. It’s based on information in your credit report, which is a record of how you’ve managed

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Here’s What It Really Cost to Get Car Bibles’ Cheap Fiat Abarth Driving Nicely

After an exciting weekend at Radwood Norcal, Car Bibles is back to blogs as usual with updates on project cars, important legal information for tuners, some history, used car commentary, and did we mention project cars?



a car parked on the side of a building: After an exciting weekend at Radwood Norcal, Car Bibles is back to blogs as usual with updates on project cars, important legal information for tuners, some history, used car commentary, and did we mention project cars? We had quite a few good ones this week! Our report on California's smog requirements changing got a lot […]


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After an exciting weekend at Radwood Norcal, Car Bibles is back to blogs as usual with updates on project cars, important legal information for tuners, some history, used car commentary, and did we mention project cars? We had quite a few good ones this week! Our report on California’s smog requirements changing got a lot […]

We had quite a few good ones this week! Our report on California’s smog requirements changing got a lot of traction thanks to a wide share on Reddit, but we had some good updates on our own cars that I hope you’ll dig too.



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