A powerful washer can clean a deck or the exterior of your house. It can also slice through your siding or through your foot. Consumer Reports explains how to use a pressure washer safely. And of its tests of 24 pressure washers, Consumer Reports finds several to recommend.
With most purchases, you know the price before you buy. Not with medical care. Consumer Reports' survey finds one out of three Americans get a bill that’s higher than expected. And prices for medical procedures vary dramatically even within the same state. We’ll tell you how to avoid sticker shock
Tire warranties promise 60,000 miles, 80,000 miles, even 100,000 miles. But Consumer Reports extensive testing finds they don’t always deliver. And if they don’t, you’re unlikely to get your money back.
Scam artists are devising slick schemes to target people over 60. Many victims are too embarrassed to admit they’ve been taken. Consumer Reports' investigation shines a light on the problem, gives advice on how to protect seniors and tells where families can go for help.
When you subscribe to one of the leading video-streaming services—Netflix or Amazon Prime Instant Video—you get a wide offering of movies and television shows, along with a buffet of different options. Which service is the better choice?