Emissions requirements are a controversial matter. Though the need for people to be better stewards of the environment is definitive, the compromises that are required for car makers to achieve them aren’t as well received. However, some of the biggest targets of emissions standards, supercars, are kind of pointless to go after. High power means Read on! →


A coalition of unions, Democratic lawmakers and trade groups is putting pressure on the White House to take action against China for alleged unfair trading practices in its auto parts industry. The coalition says that the Chinese government is subsidizing its parts industry and is restricting the exportation of raw materials used by foreign auto Read on! →


The sales of used cars have been increasing, and for good reason. One option many used car buyers have are Certified Used vehicles; knowing the standards and setup of the certification programs can help you make a more informed choice. The meaning of Certified There are multiple different “certified” programs that may certify a used Read on! →


Your car’s check engine light isn’t there merely for visual entertainment during your Sunday drive. While the “Car Guys” Click and Clack may joke that the best solution is a piece of duct tape, the truth is that a car owner should pay attention to the warning. It’s important to understand what the check engine Read on! →


Late Monday evening, Chrysler Group LLC pulled off the kind of social media striptease maneuver that quickens the pulse and leaves supercar fans wanting more. At 11:59 p.m. Monday, the automaker revealed the first official image of the next SRT Viper supercar. The black-and-white line drawing on the driveSRT Facebook page showcased the performance coupe’s Read on! →


Booster seats are intended to keep children who are too large for car seats, but not yet adult sized, safe in cars. A new survey has found that many parents do not use booster seats in carpool situations, which can be very risky. Why booster seats Booster seats are an in between solution for children Read on! →


Fog and smoke from a brush-fire was so thick early Monday morning that responders had to listen for screams to find the injured victims of a massive pile up collision on a Florida Interstate just south of Gainesville.  Later in the morning, when the smoke and fog had cleared, it became apparent that that the Read on! →


Shelby Super Cars, the boutique supercar maker, has recently settled a lawsuit brought by race legend Carroll Shelby. The company has dropped the name “Shelby” from their title, becoming simply SSC North America. Settlement prompts name change Shelby Super Cars, a boutique car firm from Richland, Wash., made serious headlines a few years ago with Read on! →


It used to be that trading in a car was an invitation for the consumer to receive the lowest offer possible. Now consumers have more trade-in options, from up-front price quotes to guaranteed values and beyond. Don’t be afraid to explore your trade in options. A smoother transition into a new vehicle Trade-ins are certainly Read on! →


A recent study among the leading brands of automobiles found that the majority of American consumers see very little difference between most makes and models. All of the major automotive players engineer for efficiency, power and safety, effectively leveling the playing field for most consumers. Toyota, Ford, Honda and Chevy still top brands The Consumer Read on! →