Self-driving cars may be a while off, but our vehicles already seem to have minds of their own. In a sense, they do: computers control or at least monitor many of the functions of our vehicles' engines and other systems.
Zach Edwards, the owner of Ashland Automotive, remembers what it was like to work on cars in the pre-computer age. He's also kept up with the times in how to repair cars now that they can tell technicians what needs fixing.
Zach joins us once a month for a segment we call The Squeaky Wheel.
Give us a squeak by phone or email to share your story of vehicular anomalies. This month's emphasis: how to boost gas mileage when gas gets more expensive (even when it doesn't).