With fuel prices at near record levels, consumers are driving less and contemplating a move to smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, according to recent survey by Consumer Reports.
There’s nothing quite like a fresh bakery bagel, but there are some store bought varieties that come close.
Consumer Reports looked closely at products from All, Era, Purex, Tide and Xtra and uncovered unclear instructions and inconsistent cap measurements that make using too much detergent easy to do and can drive up laundry costs.
Costco pleased shoppers better than any other retailer according to Consumer Reports survey of more than 26,000 readers who told the organization about their shopping experience at 10 of the nations major retailers.
Travelers are bombarded with offers, deals and price fluctuations on a day-to-day basis, so to help them navigate the maze and save money, Consumer Reports’ experts came up with some helpful tips to cut costs and lock in the best rates.
Consumer Reports put 23 towels through their paces, testing for absorption, scrubbing, and wet strength. Some good news: consumers don’t have to pay big bucks for good paper towels.
In lab tests of 15 top-selling brands of fish oil supplements, Consumer Reports found that five fell a bit short on quality.
Consumer Reports’ senior editor and shopping expert Tod Marks said retailing trends suggest that the opportunity to score a great deal won’t end this weekend, so there’s no need to panic.
Consumer Reports subscribers put Toyota’s youth-oriented Scion brand number one, with 24 Japanese models earning the highest ratings.
As a result of the flagging economy, Americans are making risky tradeoffs that could be dangerous to their health, according to Consumer Reports’ annual prescription drug poll.