There are very few things from 38 years ago that we’d want to live with today. Nostalgia will suggest otherwise, but really, truthfully, trading 2022 for 1984 is a genuinely bad idea – especially when everyone and everything else around you is in the here and now.

We have a longtime customer with a 2006 Acura TL 3.2 liter who said he was seeing and smelling what seemed to be smoke, along with some oil leaking from the top front of the engine.

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My dad, the late Jack Hagerty, had a hard-and-fast rule about buying a car: Never buy one that costs more than half your yearly salary. I’ve lived by that rule and it has served me well.

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Before we get to the car, let’s get to the car’s nose. There’s been a lot of controversy over BMW’s move to a much larger, more pronounced twin-kidney grille on this year’s 3- and 4-Series models.

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The California DMV reminded customers in a press release last week that it will never ask for personal information related to driver’s license number, Social Security number or financial status via text or unsolicited calls or email.

You’ve probably seen construction starting anew on Foothill Expressway between San Antonio Road and El Monte Avenue. It’s the result of several meetings between the city of Los Altos, concerned cyclists and the Santa Clara County Roads & Airports Department to address the dangerous inter…

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America gets the new-generation Volkswagen Golf for 2022. But only in two high-performance variants. The standard Golf, the TSI, will be available in Europe but won’t be coming here. Blame poor stateside sales of the TSI.

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Three months ago, I wrote about the planned Almond Avenue two-way cycle track – also known as a protected bike lane – with some skepticism and wondered if it was a recipe for disaster.