Back in 2006 – before America’s economy took a nosedive and automakers begged at the government’s door – Ford considered its status among American automakers. The company pondered long and hard about how it got where it was and decided that going its own way was vital to its success when its brand needed help. Read on! →


A Harley-Davidson motorcycle that was lost in a Japanese tsunami last year and washed ashore in Canada will be exhibited in a U.S. motorcycle museum to honor all those who were killed or devastated by the disaster. At sea more than a year The 2004 FXSTB Softail Night Train bike, still in a Styrofoam-lined storage Read on! →


A new report from the Automobile Association of America found that 77 percent of all parents surveyed said they met or exceeded the recommendations regarding child car seats set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics one year ago. Guidelines revised in 2011 The report speaks well of the nation’s parents, who are taking child Read on! →


Congested highways filled with gas-guzzling vehicles have helped create dirty air and countless budget sinkholes for consumers. Improved methods of public transportation and more fuel-efficient green vehicles have helped this problem to a great extent, but there is still room for improvement. Present options for change are frequently quite expensive. But when it comes to Read on! →


3D printing is about the neatest thing in the universe, as a “printer” layers atoms together to create a physical object. It wasn’t long before someone used one to create transportation and a 3D printer car from Belgium was recently clocked going from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4 seconds. Hold those fossil-fueled Read on! →


Muscle car aficionados have been drooling for months over the details of a new high-powered version of the Chevrolet Camaro, the ZL1. Details are slowly emerging about the ZL1, and the car appears to be everything a Camaro-lover could want. New Camaro has nearly 600 horsepower When a person buys a Camaro, it isn’t to 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! →


Heard any good car jokes lately? I’m not talking something you’d hear in a bar that involves rear-entry or putting things up the tail pipe. I’m talking good, family-oriented car humor. Here are some of the best car jokes around, because you’ve been working too hard and need a good laugh. These jokes about cars Read on! →


Consumers are eating up new automotive deals, reports The Detroit News. Experts predict that May automotive sales may spike by as much as 30 percent. Lower gas prices are expected to bring even more truck buyers into auto showrooms, analysts indicate. Up 32 percent from 2011 TrueCar.com analysts predict that auto sales in May 2012 Read on! →


The German automotive magazine Auto Bild reported earlier this week that the new Ferrari flagship super car, dubbed the F 620 GT, will make its world debut in March at the international auto show in Geneva, Switzerland. The new sports car is the next-generation successor to the high-end 599 GBT Fiorano. Ferrari: Codename F 152 Read on! →