The Detroit Free Press reports that the Mack Avenue Engine II plant in Detroit will go dark come September. Production at the engine production facility, which is a part of the larger Mack Avenue Engine Complex, will end Sept. 9, and over 200 workers may be routed into other jobs at other plants, according to Read on! →


For years, various parties in the global film industry have been trying to make a John DeLorean movie, as the story of the car impresario is and would be pretty compelling. However much the man was a legend, it hasn’t amounted to as much as a trailer. John DeLorean movie stuck in neutral A John Read on! →


A car can get you there faster, but it can also kill in an instant. Drunk driving and distracted driving can lead to death on the highway, as can drivers who are otherwise unable to operate a vehicle safely. Whether intentional or not, the unlawful killing of another with a vehicle is called vehicular homicide, 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! →


“The Avengers,” the multi-million dollar superhero mash-up blockbuster, is shaping to be one  of the largest-grossing films ever. Now a movie fan with a taste for hardware can own a piece of it. If you have deep enough pockets and act by Thursday, June 7 that is. The featured M998 HMMWV, more commonly known as Read on! →


Margaret Dunning, a 102-year-old retiree and philanthropist from Michigan, is an extraordinary woman. Not only does she do her own car repair, she’s managed to keep a 1930 Packard Roadster running since 1949. Margaret Dunning puts a lot of people to shame How many people don’t do their own car repair or maintenance? Most of Read on! →


Faulty brakes have prompted Subaru of America to halt sales of three flagship 2012 vehicles, reports Automotive News. Sales of the 2012 Subaru Impreza, Legacy and Outback ceased as of Friday, Nov. 25, after approximately 130 dealership complaints were filed regarding faulty brakes. Increased brake pedal travel leads to Subaru headache Subaru’s parent company, Fuji Read on! →


You don’t have this kind of money to spend on a car, no way, no how. In a private transaction that was listed among high-end vehicle sales on the boutique classic car auction site Anamera.com, an apple-green 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that was made for race driver Stirling Moss sold for a record $35 million. Read on! →


If you’re still driving too slowly at this point, stop it. Get up to speed or leave the roadway to the capable adults. Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Roadway hazard No. 4 – Old people Respect for one’s elders is admirable, but that social construct flies out the Read on! →


The SAE 2010 Convergence conference has come and gone, and Automotive News reports that automakers want electronics suppliers to give them more than just parts. Considering how technologically complex even the most basic vehicle models are in terms of features, software and more, automakers are asking for suppliers to give them technical support. Automotive electronics: Read on! →