It's time to pack up the kids and hit the open road, which also means it's time to start making some important decisions. That's why Consumer Reports just released its guide to the ultimate road trip - helping you travel like a pro just in time for your summer getaway.
You may think of your car as a way to get from point A to point B, but did you know it may also be collecting data....about you, the roads you take, even the way you drive? More concerning, Consumer Reports says when it comes to the information they're collecting and how they use it, it's often the automaker -- not the owner -- who's in the driver's seat.
Summer's nearly here, which means fun in the sun. But no matter your age or skin color, if you're going to be outside longer than a few minutes, you'll need to use sunscreen to protect yourself against skin cancer and wrinkles. Consumer Reports cuts through all the jargon to help find the best sunscreen for you. SPF is a measure of how well a sunscreen guards against ultraviolet B rays from the sun - the chief cause of sunburn, and a contributor to skin cancer. As part of Consumer Reports...
Americans spend more money on drugs than people in any other country. A recent Consumer Reports survey of people who take prescription medications found that high drug costs are forcing some of them to cut back on groceries, delay their retirement, or even take a second job. Consumer Reports reveals simple ways to save on the drugs you need.
Are you planning your dream getaway for the summer? Of course, you want everything to go perfectly. Including your flight. Consumer Reports surveyed over 53,000 of its members, asking them to rate their most recent economy domestic flight experiences.