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IntelliChoice.com
Since 1986, IntelliChoice has been committed to empowering and educating consumers to make better automotive purchasing decisions. Their mission is to be the preferred resource for assisting readers to successfully reach their goals with essential automotive information and tools for vehicle buyers, sellers and owners.

For almost 90 years, KBB has been an expert in new car prices and used car values. They make it easy to research a new or used car, compare cars, find cars for sale, and make a well informed decision.

How is it possible that a paperback newsstand publication from the 1960s grew into one of the most beloved and well-known automotive resources of the 21st century? Sure, they've got great data, reviews and advice, but their most cherished assets are their enthusiastic employees and progressive corporate culture

NADAguides.com
National Appraisal Guides, Inc. is the largest publisher of vehicle pricing, information and tools for new and used cars, classic cars, motorcycles / powersports, boats, recreational vehicles (RVs) and manufactured homes.

GasBuddy.com was developed as an initiative to provide the general public with access to local current gas prices. This is an entirely free service that depends on users to input gas prices on a daily basis to keep the database of prices up to date. Since the price of gas is often extremely volatile, posted gas prices may vary as much as 20% within only a few blocks of each other. By having access to the most recent prices at GasBuddy.com consumers now are able to locate the most inexpensive fuel price in the city and fill up on a budget.

ConsumerReports.org
Consumer Report's reliability ratings are based on annual surveys of millions of vehicles and reflect 10 model years.
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 eHow.com
eHow's car and truck pros offer expert advice on buying and selling cars, auto repair, insurance and driving safety. Get the dirt on oil changes, mechanics, car stereos and vehicle auctions with eHow's How To articles. Looking for gas cards or new rims? What about loan and financing options? Hunting for maintenance information to fix and sell a used car? Get answers to these and other pesky, car-related questions with eHow. Research the latest on hybrids, convertibles, SUVs and motorcycles. Whether you're a muscle car enthusiast or just need to change a tire, eHow is here to talk shop.

CarandDriver.com
Visit CarandDriver.com to view car reviews on new vehicles or submit your own. Read news on upcoming auto shows as well as news on new cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. Watch road test videos, videos on your favorite vehicle, and videos on future cars. Also, view pictures of past and upcoming cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. Visit the CarandDriver.com forums to talk with other car enthusiasts. Don't forget to sign up to CarandDriver.com's newsletter to stay up to date with the latest product news, auto show reports, and road tests.

CarCare.org
Taking an active role in maintaining your vehicle is the best way to avoid costly repairs down the road. CarCare.org was created to help you learn how. View car care articles, stats & info, and helpful tips on every part of your vehicle.

WHAT?
MyCarDoesWhat.org is a national campaign to help educate drivers on new vehicle safety technologies designed to help prevent crashes. These technologies range from increasing the stability and control of cars to providing warnings about crash threats to automatically intervening to avoid or reduce the severity of a crash.
WHY?
The goal of this campaign is to explain to drivers how best to use these safety technologies, leading to safer driving.
WHO?
The National Safety Council
Founded in 1913 and chartered by Congress, the National Safety Council, nsc.org, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. NSC advances this mission by partnering with businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public in areas where we can make the most impact - distracted driving, teen driving, workplace safety, prescription drug overdoses and Safe Communities.
The University of Iowa
Vehicle safety researchers at the University of Iowa have done research and development of automotive safety technologies for over 20 years. They work to improve vehicle technology design through a better understanding of how drivers perform and behave in crash situations. Their research-driven program works at the intersection of safety technology and public policy. The program's areas of research include: human factors and human behavior, advanced in-vehicle safety technologies, driver distraction, teen driving, crash analysis and autonomous vehicle policy.
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