Cars: Buy, Sell, Repair, Maintain and Learn about Autos
Next time you're in the market for a new car, treat the Web as your definitive research source. ... read more »
The Web is a vast automotive marketplace. Surfing online is the equivalent of strolling into a car ... read more »
Hobbyists, automotive technicians, and casual do-it-yourselfers will find the Web's auto parts and ... read more »
A number of sites contain information that can teach visitors about the basic systems and technologies that propel automobiles. Once you have the foundation, there are do it yourself online resources you can use to aid you in doing major and minor car repairs and performing regular maintenance. Or, maybe you just need to locate a mechanic.
- Use the following sites to find both practical and technical automobile information.
- In addition to repair information, some of the sites listed below specialize in educating drivers about automotive safety and preparation. If you have questions about using car-seats and seat belts, or are unsure how to keep your car safe through periodic maintenance, visit those sites.
- Two of the bigger nationwide parts chains, AutoZone and Pep Boys, have customer repair information on their Web sites. AutoZone's "Repair Info" section has interactive repair guides for a long list of makes and models. In the Pep Boys "Learning Center" you'll find articles on car care safety, repair, maintenance, and more.
For classic car enthusiasts, the Web is a great forum for interacting with other collectors, ... read more »
Car blogs provide entertaining news through their unique editorials on the daily happenings of the ... read more »