The Car: Now, the Analyst

When a child has a fever, he is taken to a doctor. When a pet is acting peevish, it is brought to the vet. But what should people do when the family car starts to cough or shake with palsy? To look under the hood and operate one self is to invite disaster. Driving it around to the local service station all too often results in an overdose of medication, an outrageously swollen bill, and a cure that backfires around the next corner.

Now there is the "car analyst." He sells no parts, makes no repairs, owes no allegiance to...

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