With both new-car prices and fuel costs on the rise, today's motorists are feeling the proverbial pinch, but at least there's some good news to report from the automotive affordability front. The average cost to fix a "check engine light" related issue decreased by 10% over the last year, and it’s 15% less than in 2006.

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It'll take more than just driving an electric vehicle to save the environment. You'll have to charge them at the right time, too.

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With the arrival for spring, gas prices immediately became more expensive nationwide. The national gas price average is $2.61, which is a nickel more expensive on the week.

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A motor and an engine – what's the difference?

Sounds like a trick question, right? Some answers you might hear include- 'they're the same thing,' or 'its whatever makes a car go.' Not so fast! Put simply, a motor runs on electricity, while an engine runs on combustion.

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For the first quarter of the year, gas prices have been expensive. On average, motorists are paying a quarter more than at the same time last year. While pump prices have dipped in recent weeks, this is not a trend consumers should expect to linger. AAA forecasts the national gas price average will be as much as $2.70/gallon this spring – a costly pump price Americans have not paid since summer of 2015 when prices hit $2.81.

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