Replacing the standard oxygen used to inflate tires with nitrogen is becoming a popular trend in the consumer automotive world. The website Why Nitrogen? suggests that using nitrogen inflation will enhance a vehicle’s handling capabilities, improve fuel efficiency, extend the life of a set of tires and reduce the carbon footprint. Nitrogen inflation claims are Read on! →


The management of European automaker Opel is determined to avoid massive job cuts as a response to sagging European auto sales. Opel will reportedly present a plan Thursday that focuses on model strategy via brand positioning and a renewed push in export markets, all the while avoiding what many experts believe are inevitable layoffs. By Read on! →


If your life or the life of someone you love has ever been touched by the horror of vehicular manslaughter, you may find this compilation disturbing. For fans of trivia and the macabre, you’re in the right place. Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Famous vehicular homicide cases, in Read on! →


Not everyone likes to, or can, do their own car repairs and maintenance. Modern lifestyle does dictate that some people just do not have the time to get under the hood, and some people simply do not know a thing about cars except to put it in “D” and step down. However, there are a Read on! →


Has the unchecked cost of fuel forced you to dial back on your road time? Well, don’t hold your breath, but you may be catching a break soon. Some industry analysts are saying that gas prices have peaked and will soon be falling. Average $3.92 per gallon The national average price of gas on Wednesday Read on! →


The owner of a mysterious 1942 Mercedes 320 Cabriolet D believes the car may have been Hitler’s convertible. Others dispute the claim, but it may well have belonged to one of the German dictator’s generals. Hitler’s Mercedes Zenop Tuncer is the owner of Euro Tech Motors in Edgewater, N.J. He specializing in acquiring and repairing Read on! →


If towing a trailer is part of your summer driving regimen, the details are important if you want to keep your vehicle and trailer stable, particularly on winding roads and hills. Here’s how to tow a trailer, horse trailer or similar gear conveyance. Start with the right equipment You’re going to need the right hitch. Read on! →


Chevrolet has given up the ghost and confirmed its worst-kept secret. The Holden Commodore is going to be re-badged as Chevy’s new rear-wheel drive performance car, and it will be simply called the SS. Aussies drop the ball It isn’t exactly a secret that Chevrolet has made cars based on models made by its Australian Read on! →


There are a large number of small companies that make replica or “kit” versions of classic cars and unique cars in their own right. Some can be dodgy, but some are actually worth looking at. Rehash of classics to cottage-made originals There are replica and kit cars for just about every type of need out Read on! →


Struggling auto finance company Ally Financial Inc. had a run-in with the FBI. The Detroit News reports that, according to a search warrant made public Monday, the FBI seized one of Ally’s computers from the company’s headquarters in Detroit, Mich. The reason for FBI involvement in the affairs of the taxpayer-backed company currently remains unknown Read on! →