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! →


The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, Calif., ruled in favor of throwing out a class action lawsuit Thursday against American Honda Motor Co. Automotive News reports that the nationwide lawsuit was against a braking system in some Acura RL vehicles. The appeals court ruled the case should not have been given class Read on! →


General Motors has announced an Impala recall. The recall affects 300,000 cars that could possibly have defective seat belts. The seat belts can come apart in a collision in the front seats due to a defective mounting. There are only two affected model years. General Motors will contact owners of the affected model years. Large Read on! →


Automakers are in a fervent quest to make their cars ever more fuel efficient and are employing every trick at their disposal to do so. One method is to employ stop-start engine technology, which is going to appear in a growing number of vehicles. Stop start engine technology coming along nicely A big barrier to Read on! →


Federal law currently prevents car dealers from selling vehicles that have been recalled by their manufacturers. Current federal law does not require that rented vehicles under recall are repaired before being rented out, but that is set to change. The recall rental problem The problem with rental car recalls is that legally, rental car companies Read on! →


People dream of owning luxury or sports cars, despite the fact that they will neverĀ  be able to afford one. However, the upshot is that people who do own high-end luxury and sports cars face a much higher rate of theft. GPS foils car theft ring The downside to owning a desirable car is that 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! →


A couple decades ago or so, the standard refrigerant for air conditioners, R-12, was replaced, with R-134a. R-134a is likely to be replaced soon by R-1234yf, though concerns over the safety of the refrigerant have been raised by Daimler. Daimler finds R-1234yf refrigerant slightly susceptible to fire The auto industry is poised to introduce a Read on! →