The ultra-luxurious Maybach line, a pricey arm of Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz, is now officially being discontinued. Although Mercedes had announced earlier that 2012 would be the last year for Maybach, it is now official with the release of its 2013 prices list. Pricy Maybachs have moved slowly There is not a lot of speculation as Read on! →


In most computer-controlled vehicle engines, a mass air flow sensor is a small-yet-important part of the engine. The mass air flow sensor is one of the most common causes for a check engine light. Cleaning or replacing a mass air flow sensor on your own is easier than changing your own oil – and can Read on! →


Distracted driving is a multifaceted conundrum, in that there are myriad ways for a driver to dangerously shift attention away from surrounding road conditions. In light of the oncoming wave of in-car electronics related to driving infotainment, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a set of rules that drivers may eventually be required Read on! →


According to a posting from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Tuesday, Nissan will be recalling more than 8,000 2003 and 2004 Infinity M45 luxury sedans. The recall comes over concerns about a possibly defective fuel gauge that could leave drivers stranded. Faulty circuit board to blame The affected 8,120 cars were all assembled between Read on! →


A new study suggests that 500 lives would be spared and nearly 10,000 crashes eliminated every year if states enacted tougher licensing standards for teen drivers. Meanwhile, a separate study suggests that peer-group passengers may actually deter teen drivers from texting behind the wheel. Regulation can reduce deaths In its study, released May 31, the Read on! →


Natural gas has been used in lieu of gasoline or diesel in a small number of vehicles worldwide for decades. American car makers are starting to embrace its use, as General Motors and Chrysler have both announced natural gas pickup models by the end of the year. Lower emissions Natural gas, a hydrocarbon gas composed Read on! →


Recently, lawmakers in Congress passed a transportation bill which was duly signed by the president. Among its other functions, which includes funding for highway repairs, was the release of technical service bulletins to the public, which normally are only between car makers and dealers. Public now has easier access to technical service bulletins Just hours Read on! →


Normally, accident forgiveness is something one seeks from the driver of the other car that they hit. However, it’s also an incentive offered by a growing number of insurance companies, where they give a driver a discount or cash back for a period of time with no fender-benders. At least accident forgiveness gets some cash Read on! →


It is now official. As of Friday, August 24, Mazda will no longer be making the Mazda6 — or any other model — on U.S. soil. Mazda vacates Michigan plant Although we have known for a while now that Mazda intended to cease its manufacturing operations in the U.S., the time has finally come. The Read on! →


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its list of Top Safety Picks. The list, which is compiled by submitting new cars for crash testing, has more cars on it than ever. List of safe cars growing every year Car makers have, over the years, become increasingly sensitive to the desire among consumers for Read on! →