This week we dip into the mailbag to answer audience questions, including ways to improve the car buying experience at the dealer, whether all-season or winter tires are better for wet (but not snowy) driving conditions, and if pressing your accelerator will override automatic emergency braking (AEB) in a crash situation, and many more!
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00:54 – Question #1: Why car battery prices are increasing?
03:30 – Question #2: Are Subaru ads accurate, claiming high reliability?
05:34 – Question #3: Replacing a high mileage V6 Camry with a Hybrid SUV.
09:02 – Question #4: Is an all-weather tire better than a winter tire for wet braking?
11:55 – Question #5: Why aren't manufacturers putting more effort into improving the car buying experience?
15:29 – Question #6: Does the gas pedal override the automatic emergency braking?
17:35 – Question #7: How much range will an electric car's battery lose sitting in a parking lot for an extended period of time with colder temperatures?
20:18 – Question #8: Will SUVs rule the roost forever, or could there be a shift back to sedans and wagons?
25:23 – Question #9: Which car is better for high altitude driving?
27:34 – Question #10: Please recommend a fun, responsive, safe, and reliable four seat sedan with good fuel economy.
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