There’s a particularly annoying action undertaken by the sort of people who lust after their sisters, called “rolling coal” – which is essentially disabling exhaust controls to produce voluminous smoke from diesel pickups. While the Deliverance crowd thinks it’s hilarious, many are not amused. Bills aimed at rolling coal at state and federal level Rolling Read on! →


Most drivers only know whether their headlights are working or not. But there’s interesting technology behind the glass, argues Popular Mechanics. If you know how your headlights work, you’ll be able to maintain them more effectively and perhaps avoid that moose or angry drifter in the road. From open flame to blinding flash More than Read on! →


You know that your car’s engine has an air filter that keeps dust and grime from impeding the combustion process, thus hampering optimal engine function and reducing fuel efficiency. Fewer people are aware that there’s a cabin air filter in most newer vehicles that must be changed on a periodic basis. Unless you like dust, Read on! →


Whether you’re looking for that bruiser of a pickup truck to get the job done at work or a sharp, stylish model that can give you and the family a comfortable ride around town, Car Deal Expert is excited to inform you that you have options. There is no such thing here as “too much Read on! →


Japanese performance fan boys all over the US have been whining for years that America doesn’t get the Honda Civic Type R, but they’re finally getting their wish. Honda is sending the hottest version of the Civic stateside, as we’ve finally been deemed worthy. New generation of Civic to include Civic Type R Rice rocket Read on! →


Tesla Motors Co. has been teasing car aficionados for months with tantalizing hints about its new all-electric crossover SUV, the 2014 Tesla Model X. But the one leak that seems to be getting the most buzz is its revolutionary “falcon doors,” which may just do gull wing doors one better. Opening the door The first Read on! →


The White House wants to impose stiffer penalties for automakers who delay reporting defects to avoid costly recalls. Republicans and automakers say the increased fines are excessive. Current fines ‘a pittance’ The administrator of the National Traffic safety Administration, David Strickland, said Thursday that the current maximum fine levied against automakers — $17 million — Read on! →


Some banks give away free calendars, toasters and pens to new depositors. In an unprecedented move, a Florida bank is offering a free Mercedes-Benz to its customers who deposit $1 million or more. Meanwhile, Mercedes celebrates its best April sales ever. Open a CD, drive a Mercedes The C1 Bank of Florida — formerly known Read on! →


A recent media statement issued by Nissan Vice President Andy Palmer has exposed a cyber crime ring that could have led to the theft of customer and employee data. Technicians have determined that no sensitive data was accessed, but Nissan’s system security was compromised. Malware was discovered April 13 on Nissan’s master network. Hacking employees’ Read on! →