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CarMD® Vehicle Health Index Highlights Importance for Drivers to Heed Dashboard Warnings as Check Engine Repair Costs Rise 6.7 Percent Nationwide , April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CarMD , provider of leading-edge car repair data and Software as a
When the dreaded check engine light illuminates on the dashboard, drivers in New Jersey now pay the most in the nation to have it diagnosed and repaired, at an average cost of $392.99 , according to CarMD.com Corporation 's analysis of more than 160,
CarMD® Vehicle Health Index Reveals 1st Jump in Car Repair Costs in Six Years, But Lower Repair Frequency Nationwide , April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CarMD.com Corporation, a leading provider of car repair data, today released its 2013 CarMD® Vehicle
Recently, the Check Engine' light came on as the engine was idling. Since then it has remained on whenever the engine is running...At first I thought it was the faulty battery I had which had problems cranking the engine, but after I replaced it, the
CarMD.com Corporation today announced that the Pep Boys Manny, Moe & Jack, will be the first brick-and-mortar retail outlet to sell its CarMD® Vehicle Health System . The popular product, which includes an easy-to-use handheld device plus solutions
John Rice I'm in favor of breathing clean air, but lately I've been finding it rather expensive. The Clean Air Act of 1990 required the states to conduct vehicle emission tests. Since then, several states have opted out of testing, because it's
Few automobile problems are more vexing than the check engine light. When the light comes on, it may mean you simply didn't tighten your gas cap enough after filling up or it could mean there's major trouble brewing in your catalytic converter.
Californians pay more to get their cars fixed than drivers in almost every other state. That's the finding of a study of more than 80,000 repairs made nationally in 2010 by a network of repair shops that trade data with CarMD.com Corp., an automotive
It now made a deep, throaty growl that meant either that I was getting ready to enter the Daytona 500 or that the exhaust system needed attention. And it was sad because I knew it wouldn't get any for a long time. The exhaust on my wife's station
The "check engine" light is illuminated on my car's dashboard, but it seems to be running fine. A neighbor told me that a local auto parts store would tell me what is wrong for free, but I am afraid they would just try to sell me parts I do not need.