Everyone with a hankering for four wheels has a dream car, but not everyone is willing to settle for the vehicles available at the local auto dealer. Here are some of the top fictional cars from film, television and video games. Dream on and imagine yourself as Batman, Master Chief, James Bond or even David Read on! →


California commuters wage war on a daily basis, jockeying for position like post-Apocalyptic road warriors en route to their destinations. Gasoline and time come at a premium, which makes California’s July 1 decision to restrict carpool law a problem for commuters who invested in the Honda Prius hybrid. Automotive News suggests Honda missed a golden Read on! →


While modern society is generally more enlightened than ever before regarding gender equity, the truth is that when it comes to female mechanics, stereotypes still exist. An online search of stock photography and other popular media sources using the term “female mechanic” turns up countless images that are more appropriate to a men’s magazine or Read on! →


There are the cars that dreams are made of, at least of the Hollywood variety. These are among the top fictional cars of all time. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Top fictional cars No. 13 – Warthog from ‘Halo’ When it comes to video games in general and first-person shooters Read on! →


Some companies claim that ultrasound hair removal is possible. Philippe Bond of Bond d’Essai Chevrolet in Montreal, Quebec, believes in using another type of sonic hair-removal method. Bond, a performance artist, comedian and host of the French-Canadian edition of “The Price is Right” game show, participated in a publicity stunt to promote the 2012 Chevy Read on! →


Too many people accept that mandatory car insurance is a fact of life in the United States. Beginning with Massachusetts in 1927 and appearing in most other states by 1970, compulsory car insurance has been foisted, in the most coercive sense of the word. Exorbitant sums of money are spent on coverage that most people Read on! →


Look at the modern crop of consumer vehicles, let’s say post-2002, and think about value. Not just cheap cars, but those affordable, performance cars that can also be classified as dependable vehicles. Here are some cars that should be on your radar if you want to commute in style without strapping a heavy debt millstone Read on! →


A lot of people will recite religiously that buying a new car is an investment. Some of them can be, but most cars are not very good investments at all in the traditional sense of the word. Investments are supposed to make money An investment, according to Investopedia, is an asset someone buys hoping said Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has put its foot down and blocked the Pagani Huayra from being imported to the United States for not having airbags. The NHTSA has refused to grant an exemption to the company to make a car without airbags. Boutique supercar maker sells five cars per year in America The Read on! →


Scientists at Edinburgh Napier University’s Biofuel Research Center in Edinburgh, Scotland, have successfully used Scotch whiskey by-products to produce butanol biofuel, reports Cnet.com. These by-products – waste grains from the distillery process – can provide 30 percent more energy than traditional biofuels like ethanol when formulated into butanol, writes MIT Technology Review. That means more Read on! →