- Edmund's Automobile Buying Guide
- Kelley's Blue Book
Automobile value guide, reviews, and more resources.
Government & Non-Profit Sites
- Better Business Bureau
- Federal Consumer Information Center Catalog
The online version of the famous US government source for hundreds of consumer booklets about home, health, money, and more.
- Federal Reserve Board: Consumer Information
- FirstGov for Consumers Gateway
"Your resource for consumer information from the U.S. government."
- Consumer Drug Information
"Each of the Consumer Drug Information Sheets posted on this site gives general information about newly approved prescription drugs. Only information about drugs approved since January 1998 appears on this page."
- Consumer Education for Teens
Consumer advice from the State of Washington specially designed for teens . Includes sections about CD clubs and calling cards.
- Consumer Information on Health Plans
from the United States Government Department of Labor.
- Consumer Product Safety Commission
Website of the Consumer Product Safety Commission of the United States Government. Includes searchable product databases.
- Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
This U. S. Department of Energy site p rovides free consumer strategies for saving money and conserving power
- FCC Consumer Information Bureau
"The Consumer Information Bureau (CIB) is the link between the FCC and telecommunications consumers. We offer "one-stop-shopping" for all consumer issues - whether it's to get more information or to lodge a complaint."
- FDIC Consumer News
"FDIC Consumer News provides practical guidance on how to become a smarter, safer user of financial services. Each issue offers helpful hints, quick tips, and common-sense strategies to protect and stretch your hard-earned dollars."
- Medicare Information Center
The official U. S. government site for Medicare information.
"The best consumer sites on the web."
Product reviews and reports
- Consumer World
"Consumer World is a public service, non-commercial guide cataloging over 2000 of the most useful consumer resources." THIS is the place to begin your search. The list of "comparison shopping" websites is outstanding.
Consumer-generated reviews, buying tips and advice, ratings, price information, and searchable in a variety of ways from price to product type.
- How Stuff Works
"HowStuffWorks.com is an amazing, award-winning online destination for anyone who wants to know how anything works! Originally started by author and entrepreneur Marshall Brain as an entertaining and fascinating place for people to learn about the world we live in, the site has grown to be one of the top 500 Web sites in the United States."
- Learn 2
A compendium of how to clean it, fix it, buy it, and do it yourself tips, complete with directions.