President Obama visited a Chrysler Jeep assembly plant in Toledo, Ohio last week. The visit comes two years after the president’s decision to spend $60 billion to bailout out Chrysler and General Motors. The president received a warm reception from a crowd, who were grateful for a decision that has kept them employed. ‘Yes We Read on! →


The 2013 Ford Escape crossover went on sale this month. Yet, already it is facing a voluntary recall. Ford is asking that more than 10,000 units be returned to the dealership to have the carpet padding on the driver’s side floor replaced. The automaker says the padding installed in the factory could interfere with braking. Read on! →


For good or ill, governments and a good cross section of people want to diminish the “carbon footprint” or emissions of carbon dioxide, of human civilization. It isn’t so much that cars aren’t contributing, but some information about cars carbon footprint might be surprising. Study suggests a dog is equal to a cars carbon footprint Read on! →


According to some auto industry analysts, the stick shift will soon be going out of style; at least in mid-size sedans. Fewer and fewer automakers are offering the option, according to Cars.com. Others disagree, though. The stick gets the shaft Until recently, most car makers offered a manual transmission option in mid-size cars as a Read on! →


How would you feel about driving down a southern highway and seeing a sign saying that section of asphalt has been adopted by a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan? Is it a case of free speech, or of promoting hated? Such speculation may be put to the test, if one group has its way. Read on! →


Think that cars and trucks are the only vehicles on the road that need to occasionally be detailed? Think again. Motorcycle care has evolved to the point that there are numerous techniques and specialty products that help clean, protect, maintain and accommodate a motorcycle’s unique needs. Here’s how to detail a motorcycle like a pro, Read on! →


Volkswagen announced in 2010 that it was developing an electric version of the Golf that would be released in America in 2014. The electric Golf, or “E-Golf,” is still on track for a 2014 release in the U.S., after debuting in Europe. Still slated for production In 2010, according to Car and Driver, Volkswagen announced Read on! →


Surviving the black plague of global recession was no small task for the Ford Motor Company, but it emerged from the smoking crater in which companies like General Motors continue to wallow. The auto bailout may have kept other automakers afloat, but it did a great deal of damage to reputations in the process. Ford Read on! →


A disgruntled farmer in a small Vermont town took out his beef on the local law enforcement Thursday when he crushed most of the Sheriff’s Department’s fleet of police cars with a tractor while the cops were cooling off inside the building. Police cars flattened monster-truck style Roger Pion, 34, of Newport, Vt., allegedly used his Read on! →


According to a new report from the Center for Disease Control, the numbers of teens drinking and driving has fallen by more than half in the last 20 years. Fewer teens drinking and driving The study was posted in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on Oct. 3. It found that the number of Read on! →