Monday, September 20, 2010

What to do when your car reaches 100,000 miles

"It was once a huge red flag: When a car's odometer would hit 100,000 miles, 'it was almost a magic threshold that meant the car was probably worn out,' says Kay Wynter, who runs an auto service center in Fort Myers, Fla., with her husband, Terry.

But thanks to improvements in car design and maintenance, the milestone of 100,000 miles now means something very different."

For more on keeping your car running, click here.

Max, Emily and Me: A Glimpse Behind the Curtain

"If you’ve listened to BreakPoint over the years, you know I don’t talk much about my personal life, my feelings, or my family. Because that’s not what BreakPoint is all about.

But now that my daughter Emily has written her wonderful new book Dancing with Max, about her life with my autistic grandson, it’s time to peel back that curtain just a bit."

Click here for more on this new book.