For the driver, surviving an auto accident is typically a matter of utilizing proper safety restraints. For a pedestrian, however, there are not a few thousand pounds of metal, plastic and fiberglass or a crumple zone to absorb the impact. Yet all need not be lost if a pedestrian is prepared. Learn how to survive Read on! →


When we buy luxury cars, we’re buying image, prestige, performance and comfort. According to recent crash test studies by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, we may not be buying safety, however. The Detroit Free Press reports that a number of mid-size luxury cars – among them the vaunted Mercedes-Benz C-Class – did not impress Read on! →


Biodiesel fuel is an arguably more environmentally friendly alternative to the “petrodiesel” most diesel cars run on. Some forms of biodiesel are already manufactured and sold commercially in the United States, while others are do-it-yourself specials. Is biodiesel a legitimate alternative to petrodiesel, or should you keep the vegetable oil out of your gas tank? Read on! →


Mexico’s auto industry registered record production and export numbers for both cars and light trucks during the first five months of 2012, reports the nation’s Automobile Industry Association (AMIA). Auto exports from India to non-European countries have also increased significantly, with over 12,000 more vehicles exported in May than April. Mexico’s record output From January Read on! →


Italian automaker Fiat wants to put an espresso maker in its 2013 500L model. The idea is meeting resistance in the U.S., for fear of causing distracted driving. But it could save a bundle on morning Starbucks runs. Fiat espresso maker The in-board espresso coffee maker will appear as an option this fall in Fiat Read on! →


There are many ways that people come to their end, but deaths in car crashes are becoming less frequent over time. In fact, the crash fatality rate is lower than the rate of deaths by suicide among fatalities caused by injuries. Car crash fatality rate continues decline If one were to consider how many ways Read on! →


Michigan police wrote over 8,000 citations for seat belt law violations during a recent seat belt crackdown statewide. That was nearly 1,000 fewer seat belt tickets than all of last year, reports The Detroit News. Across 26 Michigan counties, 8,050 seat belt and child seat violation tickets were written, and 14,761 vehicles were stopped between Read on! →


Nissan is taking a concept car to a car show in Paris, the Terra, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric crossover. The Nissan Terra EV isn’t set for production, but certainly looks better than the company’s other EV, the Leaf, with looks not even a mother could love. Nissan Terra EV might be first good looking Read on! →


Driving on ice isn’t easy. In spite of modern driving technology, Mother Nature will inevitably humble and beat you if you don’t drive carefully during cold months. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. [To Get The Absolute Best Value On A Pre-Owned Or New Car, Van, Truck or SUV Have A Read on! →


There’s going to be a new Ford GT, and I don’t mean the preferred car of people who have carnal knowledge of their sister. No, the all-American supercar is coming back for the 2017 model year and it’s tipped to be the fastest car to wear the blue oval since Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt Read on! →