One of the top online websites for automotive advice is http://www.autoeducation.com/. This site has been around since 1999 and appears to have very good customer relations. A 28-year-old visitor from Canada writes, “I haven't read much from your site, but I did learn a lot from the articles I read. They were very informative and written so the common non-mechanic layman can understand them. I personally am no professional mechanic, but I do know a few things about cars (only meaning that I am not a complete idiot...). It is nice to read and use the humble amount of background knowledge I do have and still be able to understand what the heck you are talking about - it's nice that the articles are not to techie”.
http://www.autoguide.net/ provides you with tips on car parts, purchasing cars, trucks and so much more.
Another one of the more popular sites is http://www.2carpros.com, this site has a number of well know supporters such as CNN, AOL Auto, Ford Parts, Auto Repairs for dummies and Readers Digest.
http://www.trustmymechanic.com/ also appears to be a good website for auto advice. On this site there is a chance to chat with a mechanic that specializes with your car company’s cars.
http://www.cartalk.com/index.html also seems to be a great web page to visit for purchasing, owning and driving tips. On this site you can also listen to some clips from their radio shows.
http://www.freeautomechanic.com/ is a great site for automotive advise due to their question box to ask a question to a certified mechanic. This page also includes a great deal of info on the most important things to maintain on your cars and touches on some common myths about cars like does the tire pressure affect mileage.
http://www.auto-facts.org/ is a site set up by a master technician that wants to help as many people as he can with their cars. This site also gives u great detail on a number of automotive areas such as hybrid, car stereos, car alarms and so much more. If you are looking to buy a car in the near future boy is this the right site for you.
http://www.auto-advice.com/ has advice on checking the vehicle history and even on researching the car. This site also has a link to help you learn about auto insurance.
http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/ is another good site for auto advice as it has detailed aspects of the auto industry from insurance to repair and maintenance.
Drivers side (http://www.driverside.com/) is also a great website to use whether it be for buying, selling, or even just maintaining your car. The site will even help you diagnose what is wrong with your car.