Electronic vehicles are riding the crest of the green transportation wave, and wireless EV charging is among the more exciting associated technologies. The convenience of abandoning wires and plugs is obvious, but some critics have questioned how efficient wireless charging can be. According to the Detroit Free Press, however, a Morrisville, N.C., start-up called Evatran Read on! →


In a move made possible by the North American Free Trade Agreement, Ford announced it will invest $1.3 billion into a production plan in Mexico. Planned expansion of the plant will create jobs that will enable the automaker to keep up with demand for the 2013 Ford Fusion and 2013 Lincoln MKZ midsize sedans, reports Read on! →


Honda announced Friday that it is voluntarily recalling more than half a million SUVs within the U.S. over a potential defect in the headlight wiring. Meanwhile, a new plant for producing the U.S. version of the automaker’s Fit breaks ground south of the border. CR-V and Pilots recalled The recall affects 2002-2004 CR-V SUVs, as Read on! →


While the problem of SUV rollover has been greatly improved via changes in vehicle design and technology, excessive cargo weight can still increase the likelihood that a rollover will occur. Knowing the limitations of a vehicle before handling heavy cargo on winding roads can save your life and the lives of others. Taller SUVs have Read on! →


As gas prices continue to soar across the nation, many drivers of premium cars may be considering switching to a cheaper grade of fuel to save money on the road. Experts say it is probably not a good idea. Fuel price exceeds $4 early Fuel prices rose to more than $4 a gallon in Washington, Read on! →


The Ford Explorer was the poster child of the SUV craze of the mid-1990s into the 2000s. However, Ford thinks that its image is a bit too family-friendly and has punched up the range with the Explorer Sport, a 350-horsepower turbo edition of the family hauler. The golden retriever of the car world In the Read on! →


A new study shows that more U.S. consumers, even in this post-recession slump, are putting their cars first when bill-paying time comes around — even over mortgages and credit card debt. American drivers seem to be saying, “we don’t mind tightening our belts if we need to, but darn it, we have places to go.” Read on! →


Wednesday was a day of revelation for Chevrolet, reports the Detroit Free Press. The 2013 Chevrolet Traverse, 2013 Chevrolet Spark and 2013 Sonic RS made debuts before the automotive press, and a new navigation app called GoGoLink – which will first appear on the 2013 Chevy Spark and Sonic RS later this year – was Read on! →


There is a growing campaign among car lovers to “Save The Manuals,” spearheaded by Eddie Alterman, the editor for Car and Driver magazine. The idea is to keep the manual transmission alive and there are some good reasons to do so. The eternal debate Some things are eternally up for debate among enthusiasts, such as Read on! →