The U.S. auto industry is in for a real shot in the arm by 2015, reports the Center for Automotive Research. According to recent research, the Detroit Big Three are poised to hire as many as 30,000 additional workers over the next four years. Rebounding car and truck sales and new labor contracts made this Read on! →


This week, Chrysler issued two small-scale recalls over issues that it blames on its suppliers and faulty parts. Both issues, says the automaker, could lead to injuries, although none have been reported at this time. Less than 2,000 cars affected As reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Chrysler announced two small-scale recalls Friday. Read on! →


It’s well known that just about everything at a car dealership is negotiable. The fact that your car purchase may be negotiable, though, means that there is strategy involved. There are times that are better than others to buy a car. Making sure that you are approaching a car salesman at the right time is Read on! →


Is Japan interested in an even-Steven free trade agreement with foreign powers? Ford Motor Co. and a group of U.S. Democratic senators don’t think so. CLICK HEREif you missed the beginning of this article. Try this if you’re looking for a great auto loan bank rate. A yen for conflict According to the above senators, Read on! →


Flying on the heels of Tesla’s successful IPO and popular Roadster vehicles, Renault has released a bit of information about its new DeZir electric vehicle. A luxury concept car, this electric powerhouse will be shown for the first time at September’s Paris Auto Show. The DeZir is beautiful, but it may not be able to Read on! →


Ferdinand Alexander Porsche has died in Salzburg, Austria, at the age of 76. Porsche was the famed designer of the original, iconic Porsche 911 sports car. A design legacy Porsche rose to international prominence in 1963 when he introduced the original Porsche 911 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. He was only 27 at the time. Read on! →


Everyone needs to get car insurance but no one ever wants to have to use it. However, if one does get in an accident, watch for accident damage overcharging, which can add hundreds of dollars to the bill and bump up the premiums even further. Keep an eye on estimates to prevent accident damage overcharging Read on! →


A potentially faulty drive shaft is triggering a recall of some 2012 Honda Civic coupes and sedans. The automaker is voluntarily asking owners to return their vehicles to the dealer for a free fix. More than 50,000 Civics According to a bulletin published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on its website, more than Read on! →


The National Motorists Association is a leading critic of red light cameras, saying the cameras are exorbitant and unnecessary. The group has issued a red light camera challenge, betting any city $10,000 it can accomplish all the goals of the cameras without needing them. National Motorists Association places a bet One of the leading voices Read on! →


If you are thinking of filing a car insurance claim, you must check your policy first and verify what is covered. If you have a comprehensive or collision coverage, your insurer will likely pay for the claim, even if you are at fault. But you should also keep in mind that since you are at Read on! →