Speed cameras are somewhat resented by a lot of people, as few relish having to pay the government even more than they already do. A number of people have been vandalizing speed cameras in various areas, leading governments to crack down on people who damage them. Cameras installed to watch the speed cameras When Juvenal Read on! →

In this ongoing era of green automotive technology, the desire to get there faster while expending as little fuel with as small an environmental footprint as possible has prompted automakers to tap into a very basic formula. In order to achieve fuel economy, there four basic concepts are weight of the vehicle, aerodynamics of the Read on! →

Engines and materials may change, but the oldest vehicles still produced retain their distinctive identity. Even though the world’s oldest automaker still in existence – Peugeot – has produced cars since 1882, none of the original vintage are still made. Here are the oldest cars still in production, a testament to their craftsmanship and style. Read on! →

The Detroit Free Press has an ongoing series about people who decide parking in handicapped spaces is alright, despite them not being handicapped. It certainly isn’t and doing so can result in stiff fines and possibly even jail, in some areas. Parking in handicapped spaces a crime of convenience Just about everyone has had to Read on! →

Ford believes that the future of automotive technology is in very good hands, thanks to state-of-the-art development facilities like its new lab in Palo Alto, Calif. The automaker’s innovation spearhead sits within the very heart of the electronics industry’s Silicon Valley, and Ford is confident that the facility will cut straight as an arrow into Read on! →

According to AOL Autos, a car is stolen every 33 seconds in the U.S. And nine out of ten of the worst cites for car thieves, according to a recent Forbes report, are on the west coast. Calif. and Wash. fared worst The Forbes study compared the number of car thefts per populations of 100,000. Read on! →

A new study out of the United Kingdom says that most women drivers, at least part of the time, drive in high-heel shoes. The practice, according to the report, is unsafe under any conditions. Unsafe footwear behind the wheel Nearly 80 percent of women responding to a survey by the United Kingdom price comparison website Read on! →

Volkswagen will unveil the E-Bugster, a next-generation concept of the iconic Beetle, at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show Monday. The chopped design houses a new electric drivetrain. The concept is part of VW’s bid to become the world’s leading automaker. Some, say, however, that the design, striking as it is, is wrong-thinking in today’s market. Read on! →

Sunday, June 19 is Father’s Day. If your dad loves automobiles, why not treat him to some vehicular beauty on his special day? Thanks to Family Car Guide and a variety of other sources, here are some U.S. auto shows dad will love on Father’s Day 2011. California Go for swank with the annual Rodeo Read on! →