Troubled luxury hybrid automaker Fisker is announcing yet another recall. Nineteen of its uber-expensive Karmas are being sent back to the dealership for an improperly installed coolant hose in the battery pack. Last December, 239 Karmas were recalled for the same issue. Delivery service The automaker says it will pick up the cars from the Read on! →


When you mash down on the accelerator of your little deuce coup, you expect to feel the all power your car’s engine has at its disposal. An internal combustion engine needs just the right spark for optimum performance, and that spark comes from your engine’s spark plugs. Located inside the piston cylinder, spark plugs draw Read on! →


The debate continues over whether cities should install cameras to catch people running red lights. The cameras are often installed at intersections, and proponents insist they save lives and money. However, the evidence is not conclusive. Study claims cameras make motorists safer Red light cameras may not save as many lives as claimed, according to Read on! →


Toyota has plans to begin exporting the new Toyota Camry to South Korea by January, reports the Detroit Free Press. U.S.-made Camrys will be exported. Stronger yen values and a desire for reciprocation after Americans purchased Kias and Hyundais helped fuel the decision. Sending 6,000 Camrys per year The 7,000 workers at the Toyota assembly Read on! →


The recession has kept many Americans from purchasing new cars, and car salespeople who have traditionally depended upon commission sales have felt the pinch. In their scramble to ramp up meager profit margins, auto dealers have had to use inventive means to both remain profitable and keep their car salespeople happy. One way they’ve done Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration¬† issued a recall for nearly 15,000 Sonata Hybrids on Friday. The recall concerns issues with the vehicle’s center rear seatbelts. While a recall isn’t terribly unusual, the Korean automaker’s reaction was. It plans to petition the NTHSA and challenge part of the recall. Seatbelts violate federal standards The NHTSA Read on! →


ZDX, we hardly knew you and ultimately, didn’t really want to. The Acura ZDX has been confirmed for a $4,800 price hike for the 2013 model year as well as the boot from the lineup, as no one is buying the thing. Even Iron Man can’t shift Acura ZDX The big buzz about Acura these Read on! →


Depending on the state you live in, no-fault insurance may be an option for your vehicle. There are a variety of opinions on no-fault insurance, and each state has a different law. In most states that allow no-fault vehicle insurance, there is still legal recourse for injured drivers. The idea behind no fault insurance With Read on! →


One of the biggest considerations one has to make when buying a car is the cost of insurance. A recent survey indicates that big family vehicles are the cheapest to insure compared to economical small sedans. Family values Car insurance, just like any other insurance, depends on the amount of risk posed. If a vehicle Read on! →


Goodyear announced in a press release Monday that it will be developing a tire that not only detects when its pressure is low, it will inflate itself for peak performance and safety. The company has not mentioned a time frame when the technology will become available to consumers. Goodyear is calling the new system Air Read on! →