In the past couple years, a number of car insurance companies have been offering “pay as you go” car insurance. It’s a usage-based insurance scheme, where a driver pays depending on how much they drive and it can save money for many drivers. Pay as you go car insurance a recent invention Car insurance is Read on! →


Fisker has announced another Karma recall following an investigation into fires in the federally-backed luxury electric car. The recall, however, is not over a faulty lithium-ion battery. Cooling fan is the culprit Fisker’s internal investigation, as well as an independent investigation by Pacific Rim Investigative Services Group, have agreed that an Aug. 10 fire in Read on! →


According to a Ford Motor Co.-underwritten study released Tuesday by the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Mich., allowing Japan in to the Trans-Pacific Partnership would significantly increase Japanese exports of vehicles to the U.S. However, critics like Ford have warned that Japan’s relative closure to U.S. auto exports could lead to a loss Read on! →


Holden Motors, General Motors’ Australian division, has cooked up some seriously cool cars in the other country where muscle cars reign supreme. One, the Holden Ute, won’t be imported due to federal regulations, one of many cool cars that have been stymied by the federales. Holden Ute could have resuscitated El Camino For many years, Read on! →


A company called the Rhinotire might make flat tires go the way of the dodo with it’s product, cleverly called Rhinotires. The tire uses an inserted layer of polymer to create a seal which fixes flats and provides other benefits like longer tread life and better fuel economy. To end flats forever like Rhinotires want Read on! →


When it comes to finding cheap auto parts, nothing beats the junkyard. It helps to know a few things first in order to maximize your experience and ensure your safety, however. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Finding auto parts Keep in mind that junkyards for auto parts are divided in Read on! →


No one likes red lights and having to wait for the darn things to change. However, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology might have an app for that, as they are working on a program for satellite navigation that would predict upcoming red lights. Quest for fuel economy stymied by red lights Red lights Read on! →


For some time now, Ford has been saying that it will start selling a three-cylinder engine in the Fiesta, the Ford subcompact. The motor is actually from Ford’s European lineup, which slots in nicely with the “One Ford” strategy. Return of the three-cylinder engine Ford has been saying since 2011 that it would be bringing Read on! →


According to reports from Ward’s Auto, Ford and Toyota have already started work on a collaboration to build a hybrid version of the popular F-150 pickup truck. Ford and Toyota share the drawing board The Ford, Toyota collaboration could give GM a run for its money, should the Silverado 1500 Hybrid pickup continue on to Read on! →


Reports are emerging of Jaguar cutting prices and adding more stuff to entice more buyers. Jaguar, the British luxury car brand, has not been selling too well in these United States and the company is expanding its range of engines and adding all-wheel-drive, a first, to certain models. Jaguar cutting prices to completely unaffordable, but Read on! →