Driving can be dangerous, but it can be tempting to keep going when things go wrong. However, here are five times when you should, without a doubt, pull over immediately. 1 – Sudden loud noises Your car is not supposed to make any very loud or very sudden noises. If you run over something that Read on! →


Automotive News reports that Chrysler Group LLC has tired of waiting for the U.S. government to make a decision regarding the automaker’s candidacy for as much as $7 billion in green auto loans. The potential loans from the U.S. Department of Energy are intended to encourage automakers nationwide to adopt more environmentally friendly production methods Read on! →


Automotive News reports that Chrysler Group will be reopening some doors in the Motor City. The automaker’s Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, Mich., will start production again in order to accommodate the next-generation SRT Viper supercar. Conner plant will provide nearly 150 jobs Nearly 150 hourly and salaried jobs will be created in Detroit Read on! →


Barack Obama says he is glad he bailed out the auto industry. Image: jurvetson/Flickr/CC BY In what some see as a campaign move, President Obama visited the Washington D.C. auto show on Monday. He fawned over domestic models and mostly ignored those being shown by foreign automakers. Some representatives of non-U.S. automakers took the president’s Read on! →


A scandal was caused recently by a whistle blower report concerning workers from a Chrysler plant. A number of workers were caught drinking and using illegal drugs during their lunch break. The news was broken by a news station in Detroit that was tipped off. After the men were caught, a scandal began to brew, Read on! →


Your vehicle’s upholstery will become soiled by everyday dirt, food, smoke, sweat and other fluids, sprays, powders and salves. Constant exposure to the blazing sun only makes things worse. Here’s how to clean your car’s upholstery so that you won’t be embarrassed for your date to see just how disgusting you are when you’re cruising Read on! →


Ford apparently cannot escape flaws in the Escape, the popular crossover SUV. A Ford Escape sticky throttle recall has been announced for the first-generation model, which seemed all but inevitable after an NHTSA probe was recently announced. Ford Escape sticky throttle recall seemed inevitable Recently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced an investigation into Read on! →


Toyota has created an electric vehicle, the electric RAV4 crossover. The RAV4 EV is on sale now, which people rich enough to afford the $50,000-plus price tag in four metropolitan areas of California can now take advantage of. The RAV4 EV has arrived A few years ago, a joint project was announced between Tesla Motors Read on! →


After a five-month nosedive, used vehicle sales went up in November, reports Automotive News. According to the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index, the wholesale used vehicle marketplace rebounded last month, although it still hasn’t reached November 2010 levels. Retail used car sales up 3.4 percent in November The Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index, which measures Read on! →


Ford is recalling late model versions of its rear-wheel drive vehicles, including the Mustang, F series pickups and Expedition SUV, among others. The issue is with a transmission sensor that is not calibrated correctly, which can cause the reverse gear to malfunction. Back that thing up Ford, according to USA Today, has announced a recall Read on! →