Drivers in North Carolina paid the most, and those in Nebraska paid the least when the check engine light indicated some repairs were needed, according to CarMD. The average cost in North Carolina was $426.45 while owners in Nebraska anted up $323.57 per repair. Other expensive states were Massachusetts, Delaware, New Jersey and Virginia.
Meanwhile, TrueCar maintains that June is the best time to buy a midsize car thanks to heavy competition and upcoming redesigns of popular models. So it is no shock that the best buy, the site said, was on the 2014 Chrysler 200 and left over Chevy Silverado pickups.
This will be worth watching. The legendary Sir Stirling Moss will again be behind the wheel of a Maserati 250F, the model that he raced to one of his maiden grand prix wins back in 1954. The car and driver will be reunited at an event in Great Britain next month – the annual Silverstone Classic. Moss is the only British driver to ever to win a grand prix in a Maserati.