Eventually, everything shows up on eBay, including Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s assisted suicide van. But this time, eBay is drawing the line, reports the Associated Press. The online auction site has classified the auction listing as “murderabilia” and canceled the listing. Retired auto parts dealer Jack Finn, who owns the 1968 Volkswagen van, was understandably upset. Read on! →


A new study out of the United Kingdom says that most women drivers, at least part of the time, drive in high-heel shoes. The practice, according to the report, is unsafe under any conditions. Unsafe footwear behind the wheel Nearly 80 percent of women responding to a survey by the United Kingdom price comparison website Read on! →


In the new memoir “Decision Points,” former U.S. President George W. Bush stands behind his decision toward the tail end of his presidency to extend a $17.4 billion auto bailout. Automotive News reports that President Bush knew just four days after GM announced it was near bankruptcy – on Nov. 11, 2008 – that he Read on! →


Toyota has made a move in the Canadian market that will create jobs, reports CBC News. Hundreds of jobs will be created as Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. expands its Canadian presence. Increased Toyota RAV4 assembly at a plant in Woodstock, Ont., will require a significantly expanded workforce to meet production goals. Toyota to increase Read on! →


Green vehicles have proven to be popular with Japanese consumers. The ruling Democratic Party of Japan knows this. Thus, despite having the largest public debt of any nation, Automotive News reports that Japan has decided to extend government tax incentives for green vehicle ownership for another three years. Showing support for Japan’s automakers The calamitous Read on! →


You know that your car’s engine has an air filter that keeps dust and grime from impeding the combustion process, thus hampering optimal engine function and reducing fuel efficiency. Fewer people are aware that there’s a cabin air filter in most newer vehicles that must be changed on a periodic basis. Unless you like dust, Read on! →


It has been known since last year that Maserati was working on an SUV based on Chrysler architecture. The car, the Maserati Kubang, was recently shown at the Detroit Auto Show. Purists need not worry When it comes to luxury brands, few are in same class as Maserati. The brand is quintessentially Italian; its cars Read on! →


In last week’s presidential debate, Republican contender Mitt Romney called Tesla Motors a “loser,” along with Fisker and Solyndra. Friday, the company’s CEO, Elon Musk, blogged that it is neither behind in production nor short on cash. In fact, it is paying off its Department of Energy loan early. Tesla making early payments Tesla was Read on! →


Exclusive is one thing, but the U.S.-based luxury automaker Mosler is taking the concept to extremes. The company reports that it will be making a very limited run of its 2012 MT900 SP supercars. In fact, make that supercar. That’s right. The automaker will be assembling only one of its new model this year. One Read on! →


The Hyundai Equus seems to be the luxury sedan that people never look at. However, Hyundai has sold more of them than the company expected, so it has been decided the car is going to receive a bonus in the form of a bigger V-8. Other sales prize was steak knives Unbenownst to many, Hyundai Read on! →