Tesla Motors may be coming to Pennsylvania soon. But, Tesla Motors may not have much freedom in the state, writes Richard Read.
A startup called Cruise joins Google and other car companies in the autonomous car craze. Cruise calls its self-driving car 'a highway autopilot' that controls steering and braking to ensure the drivers' safety.
Toyota will sell its fuel cell vehicles in 2015 in Japan, US, and Europe, limited to areas with established hydrogen infrastructure. In Japan, Toyota's car will sell for 7,000,000 yen, or about $69,000.
Ford Motor Company has recalled Escape crossovers from model years 2001-2004 in states that use a lot of road salt. In affected vehicles, part of the car could suffer damage from rust and even lose steering control.
North Carolina had the highest costs for car repairs at $426.45 for auto parts and labor in 2013. The national average for repairs was $392.49.
General Motors issued six more recalls this week due to potential ignition switch problems. In this breakdown of GM's 3.5 million recently recalled cars, the majority of the cars are Buicks, Chevrolets, and Cadillacs.
Outraged at Uber, cab drivers have been protesting all around the world against the taxi-hailing app. But cab drivers and companies are better off focusing on changing themselves rather than fighting Uber, writes Richard Read.
Ford Motor Company and H.J. Heinz have partnered up to create a car run on tomato waste. But both Ford and Heinz have realized the challenges in their pursuits.
Chrysler's latest recall includes more than 600,000 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs. There is a problem with the brake boosters prematurely corroding, which could compromise the braking performance.
2015 Corvette will not only be the most powerful street-legal production car ever produced by General Motors; the 650 HP and 650 lb-ft of torque also puts the 2015 Corvette Z06 in the company of cars costing hundreds of thousands of dollars more.
General Motors announced four more recalls last week, affecting about 89,000 GM vehicles. Here is a breakdown of which GM vehicle models are affected, and how many were recalled.
The demand for many used vehicles is high right now. Here are the most popular 2014 models for used vehicles.
General Motors released a chart with all of GM's vehicle recalls so far in 2014 through May. GM's recalls affects almost 13.8 vehicles in the US alone.
Vehicles have become more reliable than they were decades ago. However, car owners should make sure they aren't doing these seven things to their cars, or they might cut their vehicle's life short.
General Motors, Toyota, and other automakers boast stellar sales since the recession. Car prices are going up, and auto loan terms are getting longer at the same time.
Chrysler said it will perform an update on some Ram 1500 and 2500 pickup trucks to fix problems from software glitches. Chrysler said the problems affect the trucks' remote access, keyless entry, and tire-pressure monitors.
Ford recall affects Ford Escape and Mercury models from 2008 through 2011 model years and some 2011-2013 Ford Explorer models. The Ford recall was made due to issues with electric power steering systems.
More than 20 precent of 2014 vehicle models now have a front crash prevention system with automatic-braking, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Automakers such as GM have been improving safety features on its vehicles.
General Motors puts a stop-start system in its 2015 Chevrolet Impala to make driving more pleasant. It also improves Chevrolet's city mileage improvement by five percent.
Continuously variable automatic transmissions, also known as CVTs, are gaining momentum in today's car industry. Why is this happening, and what will happen to conventional automatic transmissions?