California Governor Jerry Brown rode to Google headquarters in Mountain View Tuesday aboard a Prius that was driving itself. He was there to sign a bill into law that establishes regulating standards for driverless cars. Driverless Cars Bill reads like science-fiction After his journey by magic Toyota, Governor Brown spoke at a signing ceremony for the Read on! →


The 2011 GTS champion of the Sports Car Club of America’s Pro Racing Pirelli World Challenge Series, Paul Brown, has died of skin cancer less than eight months after he was diagnosed with the disease. The popular race car driver was only 43 years old. The career of Paul Brown Brown was the son of Read on! →


Certain things such as oil and water, Klingons and Tribbles, Michael Bay and movies, and so on, are never supposed to mix. Another is General Motors and Ford, but the two companies have paired up to joint-develop nine- and 10-speed transmissions. Huge rivals teaming up for nine and 10-speed transmissions Some things aren’t meant to Read on! →


Another Toyota recall has been announced — or rather, three recalls at once. A recall by Toyota is starting to become a regular occurrence, and some are looking forward to when Toyota stops recalling cars. More than 1.5 million cars are affected. The first recall, of over 1.3 million vehicles concerns a possible defect in Read on! →


The next step for technology giant Apple is apparently into the transportation game as an Apple car is reportedly in the works. If it does come to pass, rest assured that you will hate the people who drive them. Apple car only a rumor for now Apple fans are thankfully getting less noisy these days Read on! →


The recession has forced many consumers to hold onto their cars for longer than they’d planned, which is both a blessing and a curse for dealer service departments, says Wards Auto. Car sales and warranty jobs are down (as well as the market for auto loans), which has prompted dealer service departments to intensify their Read on! →


Blind drivers have generally been left out of the equation when it comes to latest automotive innovations. The fact that the phrase “blind drivers” can be uttered at all in America might invoke a bad comedy act to some, but the truth is that technology is changing the playing field. The Detroit Bureau blog reports Read on! →


One of the proving grounds for automotive technology is in racing and a number of alternative power train vehicles are headed to prestigious events this year. Electric, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles are competing in prestigious races like the Pike’s Peak Hill Climb and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. From the Nurburgring to the Read on! →


Some have wondered why American cars are not offered with right-hand drive, or a steering wheel on the right, as it would be safer for getting out of the vehicle. There are some ways to get a right-hand drive car. The hidden hand Astute observers may have noted American cars have the steering wheel on Read on! →


There is a modern obsession with horsepower, as more powerful cars are considered more desirable. It’s great to have a fun car to drive, but that doesn’t mean one should go broke getting one. Get pace at right price For drivers looking at upgrading to a premium performance model car, there are some that cost Read on! →