Ask Click and Clack

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What's the perfect car for a pizza guy?

Does that "Check Engine" light indicate a bona fide problem?

Should a teenager drive a minivan?

The hilarious hosts of NPR's Car Talk answer all your car conundrums. For more than two decades, the Tappet brothers, a.k.a. Click and Clack, have been answering automotive questions in their highly successful column "Click and Clack Talk Cars," syndicated in over 400 newspapers around the country. Collected here for the first time are 100 of the best questions -- and, more importantly -- their answers, with a smattering of wisecracks, sidesplitting anecdotes, and genuinely useful advice. It's for anyone with a sense of humor and a car.

About the Authors

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the Peabody Award-winning hosts of NPR's Car Talk, live in Cambridge, MA. Car Talk is heard by more than 4.5 million listeners each week on 600 public radio stations.

What's the perfect car for a pizza guy?

Does that "Check Engine" light indicate a bona fide problem?

Should a teenager drive a minivan?

The hilarious hosts of NPR's Car Talk answer all your car conundrums. For more than two decades, the Tappet brothers, a.k.a. Click and Clack, have been answering automotive questions in their highly successful column "Click and Clack Talk Cars," syndicated in over 400 newspapers around the country. Collected here for the fir. . . Show More >

What's the perfect car for a pizza guy?

Does that "Check Engine" light indicate a bona fide problem?

Should a teenager drive a minivan?

The hilarious hosts of NPR's Car Talk answer all your car conundrums. For more than two decades, the Tappet brothers, a.k.a. Click and Clack, have been answering automotive questions in their highly successful column "Click and Clack Talk Cars," syndicated in over 400 newspapers around the country. Collected here for the first time are 100 of the best questions -- and, more importantly -- their answers, with a smattering of wisecracks, sidesplitting anecdotes, and genuinely useful advice. It's for anyone with a sense of humor and a car.

About the Authors

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the Peabody Award-winning hosts of NPR's Car Talk, live in Cambridge, MA. Car Talk is heard by more than 4.5 million listeners each week on 600 public radio stations.

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