Until now, anyone who uses a wheelchair or mobility device has been faced with a tough choice when it comes to driving. Getting an accessible vehicle means buying an after-market conversion car or buying a conversion kit. The Vehicle Production Group announced today that its MV-1, a vehicle built to comply with the Americans with Read on! →


Many people know little to nothing of the internal workings of their car, yet place complete trust in their automotive repair mechanic when something goes wrong. Most mechanics are trustworthy and professional, but an auto repair rip off can still happen. For the rest of us, here are some tips for preventing repair rip off, Read on! →


Mazda has announced a recall for models of the Tribute crossover SUV made between 2001 and 2002. Affected models have a fault in the brake master cylinder, which can leak fluid and potentially cause an electrical short and a fire. Tribute cannot escape issues of twin The Mazda Tribute, according to AutoBlog, shares the bulk Read on! →


Monday, Volkswagen introduced the new Beetle at the New York Auto Show. Although a price has yet to be announced, it is known that the 2012 VW Beetle redesign will appear in showrooms in October, reports AOL Autos. This will be only the third version of the German working-class subcompact car in its 90-year history. Read on! →


Since “infotainment” consoles became a thing, tech giants are getting into cars, such as Google’s Android Auto, a version of the Android OS for cars. This begs the question if my car will also crash if someone sends me an MMS, despite how much I paid for the damn thing and was assured it was 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 EV Project, managed by the firm ECOtality, has announced that it will now provide free Blink smart charging stations for green motorists and firms in Atlanta, Chicago and Philadelphia. The EV Project The United States has been slow in adopting plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles as a method of cutting down on harmful vehicle Read on! →


Timing belts and timing chains are kind of like gravity, in an odd way; for the most part you never see or hear them, but things wouldn’t work without them. It’s one of the most vital pieces of an engine and as such, the unaware should be made aware. Timing belts vs timing chains Some Read on! →


The year 2011 was tough for many automakers that depend upon parts from Japan, Honda included. Production disruptions because of the tsunami and nuclear reactor damage caused the automaker’s grip on the performance car market to slip. Now, as the Detroit Free Press reports, Honda is gearing up to dominate once more, thanks to a Read on! →


Whether it’s Peterbilt, Freightliner, Kenworth, Volvo, Mack or Western Star, a semi truck is an 18-wheel, 80-foot, 40-ton, double-clutch machine of U.S. interstate highway commerce. For a quarter-million dollars, you can get your hands on a new bobtail truck and trailer. Here are 10 things that you didn’t know about semis, for those who don’t Read on! →