AMERICA’S CAR SHOW with Tom Torbjornsen is not intended to be a “do-it-yourself” program. Most of us lack the time, expertise, and special equipment to work on today’s complex cars. Tom provides technical information that people need to confidently communicate their car problems to a repair facility. So whether it’s strutting to swaybars, transmissions to timing chains, engines to exhaust systems, window glass to wheels, if you have a question about it, Tom has the answer. In addition, Tom covers the latest automotive news, keeps you updated on recall information, and on many other issues that affect you, the motorist.

AMERICA’S CAR SHOW is a life-line to those of us who find ourselves immersed in a myriad of marketing materials and statistics. People are overwhelmed with information. What to buy? What NOT to buy? Where to buy? When to buy? How to buy it? This confusion is magnified by today’s bustling lifestyles. The show offers a safe haven where people are given only the information and/or resources they need. AMERICA’S CAR SHOW – where the search has already been done!

AMERICA’S CAR SHOW addresses a wide scope of topics, such as: How to choose the best tires for your car * When to fix your car and when to trade it * Advantages and disadvantages of leasing * Making decisions on major auto repair * Deciphering car warranties (what’s covered and what’s not) * How to buy a car – new or used * Important seasonal information.

AMERICA’S CAR SHOW addresses social and safety issues, such as: Drinking and driving * Teens on the road * Road rage * Re-testing seniors * Child safety seats * Driving trucks and SUVs responsibly * Safe airbag practices.

AMERICA’S CAR SHOW with Tom Torbjornsen is informative and most importantly it’s fun to listen to! There’s no clowning and no fluff, but there is plenty of entertainment and a wealth of information.

The show airs in Buffalo, New York on News Radio 930 WBEN-AM on Saturdays, 12 – 2:00 pm and also on WWKB-AM 1520, on Saturdays, 8 – 9:00 am. In the southern tier, the show airs on WWSE 93.3FM on Sundays, 7 – 9:00 am.