Among other car makers, Smart is taking a new model to the Detroit Auto Show in January 2012. The microcar maker is unveiling a truck model. Useful when hauling small stuff Daimler’s microcar division, Smart, is unveiling a new model in January at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, according to CNN. The new Smart is Read on! →


Not long ago, Ram and General Motors both announced bi-fuel systems for certain pickups models, which would allow them to run on Compressed Natural Gas as well as gasoline. GM has just announced the pricing, and it costs an extra $11,000 for the bi-fuel system. Flexible on fuel A few months ago Ram, formerly the Read on! →


For six years, traffic fatalities in the U.S. have been on the decline. Suddenly, researchers are finding they have risen in the first half of 2012. Traffic fatalities increase mysteriously At the start of the year, traffic death statistics were at a 60 year low. The decline is generally thought to be because of seat Read on! →


The Volkswagen Beetle Fender edition, first revealed in a concept version at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, will hit the U.S. showrooms this coming fall. No, it does not feature an exaggerated wheel-guard section. Instead, it is inspired by the iconic electric guitar maker, whose instruments were made famous by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Read on! →


The Toyota Prius hybrid isn’t just for green hipsters any more. In fact, there’s a healthy history of Prius racing. Events like the 2011 Prius Cup are just one reminder that there are Toyota Prius race cars out there. Even hypermilers need to push the throttle once in a while. Prius racing for mpg Don’t Read on! →


Your car’s check engine light isn’t there merely for visual entertainment during your Sunday drive. While the “Car Guys” Click and Clack may joke that the best solution is a piece of duct tape, the truth is that a car owner should pay attention to the warning. It’s important to understand what the check engine Read on! →


Business rental vehicles are a vital part of everyday commerce in the U.S., and General Motors believes that this is more than enough reason to simplify the rental process. The Detroit News reports that 6 million GM OnStar subscribers will soon be able to rent GM vehicles through the San Francisco-based car sharing business RelayRides. Read on! →


One size car does not fit all. However, if you’re a large person, these cars may be the right fit for you. They represent both quality and value, all the while providing the kind of roominess a larger person needs. Chevy Equinox 2LT The Chevy Equinox 2LT is highly adjustable, a necessity for large drivers Read on! →


We’ve all been regaled with stories in the past few years about how close driverless cars are and that’s fine. However, there is another type of transportation that seems much more fertile ground, namely hover bikes, that might be much more attractive. The hover bike is straight out of Star Wars In “Return of the Read on! →


Satellite navigation is undoubtedly one of the greatest inventions of the past few decades, as it enables people to navigate much more easily than with maps. However, motorists should take directions with a grain of salt, as satellite navigation errors can be deadly. Driving by satellite Satellite navigation is amazing. However, there is a danger Read on! →