Multiple sources indicate that the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) labor union has reached a “tentative” labor agreement with Ford Motor Co. covering wages and benefits for 4,500 Ford workers in Canada. The agreement reportedly prevent a strike at a Ford Edge assembly plant in Oakville, Ontario, that would have had catastrophic consequences for the local Read on! →


We’ve all been regaled with stories in the past few years about how close driverless cars are and that’s fine. However, there is another type of transportation that seems much more fertile ground, namely hover bikes, that might be much more attractive. The hover bike is straight out of Star Wars In “Return of the Read on! →


The dangers of road rage are again in focus following of a tragic incident in Houston, Texas Monday. According to local authorities, a woman fatally shot a man following a minor traffic skirmish. Road rage turns deadly Crystal Scott, 23, was on her way to work Monday morning when she was involved in a minor Read on! →


Austin, Texas, will soon be seeing SmartCars in an entirely new light thanks to German company Car2Go. The car-sharing service will be expanding the year-old pilot program to all city and state officials in Austin. Car2Go is a car-sharing service that charges users by the minute for use of SmartCars, a model that is becoming Read on! →


The name Tundra itself conjures up images of rugged, remote locations, adventure and exploration. Toyota’s little pick-up that could made history Friday by towing the Space Shuttle Endeavour to its “final frontier.” At least for the last 300 yards of the journey it did. Tundra gives space shuttle a nudge Last weekend, the Space Shuttle Read on! →


When purchasing a new vehicle, the profile of the tires is usually pretty low on the list. The choice of low-profile tires or regular tires can affect your vehicle’s performance and repair costs. Low-profile tires are a popular choice, but you should know what you are getting into. Defining low profile tires Low-profile tires are Read on! →


The Detroit Auto Show 2011 is here, and Ford pickups are making major industry noise. That’s been a trend so far in the first quarter of 2011, reports Reuters. A top Ford executive told the news service that the rise is predicted to continue, and Ford’s success should also be a strong indicator for the Read on! →


Monday, Volkswagen introduced the new Beetle at the New York Auto Show. Although a price has yet to be announced, it is known that the 2012 VW Beetle redesign will appear in showrooms in October, reports AOL Autos. This will be only the third version of the German working-class subcompact car in its 90-year history. Read on! →


Acura introduced its second generation RDX crossover, the 2013 Acura RDX, at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show, and the automotive press salivated over the completely redone engine, transmission and extremely responsive all-wheel-drive system. The luxury SUV will be produced at Acura’s East Liberty, Ohio, plant. Pricing will be released closer to the RDX’s spring on-sale Read on! →


Since Fiat acquired a large stake in Chrysler, more international brands have been debuting through this partnership. New Alfa Romeo and Maserati models are going to be released in the United States soon. Fiat is looking to use its stake in Chrysler to boost global sales. Wherefore art thou Romeo Since Fiat began steadily acquiring Read on! →