A new market for exports is always welcome among car makers, and a new place to ship cars might be opening up after decades without access. It is rumored that new cars might be getting shipped to be sold in Cuba, as reforms will allow for it next year. Reforms lead to new cars and Read on! →

As many as 5.1 million Jeeps are being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as it upgrades its preliminary probe into fuel tank fires following rear-end impacts. [For The Best Package Deal For A New Or Pre-Owned Ford Look At Gus Johnson Used Cars Now.] ‘Modern day Pinto?’ Federal regulators were originally alerted Read on! →

The state of Nevada is well known for gambling, but the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles seems to think Google’s driverless car is a sure thing. The state has issued Google’s self-driving cars driver’s licenses. Google closer to becoming self-aware, unleashing Terminators Some people joke that Google, just like the fictional Skynet computer network in Read on! →

Chevrolet has given up the ghost and confirmed its worst-kept secret. The Holden Commodore is going to be re-badged as Chevy’s new rear-wheel drive performance car, and it will be simply called the SS. Aussies drop the ball It isn’t exactly a secret that Chevrolet has made cars based on models made by its Australian Read on! →

As Memorial Day weekend approaches, law enforcement is gearing up for its yearly crackdown on impaired drivers. It’s an old warning, but one that bears constant repeating: If you drink, don’t get behind the wheel. One man just got nearly a half-century behind bars for not heeding such warnings. Police prepare for 3-day weekend Three-day Read on! →

If you’re feeling somewhat adventurous, there are a number of DIY solutions at your disposal when simple repairs are needed to get your rig up and running. Thankfully, Mike Allen of Popular Mechanics has a few offbeat auto fix-it ideas you can use. Offbeat auto fix No. 1: Trouble with a fussy fuse box Allen Read on! →

The day after the GM recall of crossover SUVs was announced, a Mazda recall was announced as well. The Mazda recall is a little more serious, as it affects a more vital part than the GM recall does. GM has some problems with seat belts, but certain Mazda models have a fault in the power Read on! →

Not long ago, a Fisker Karma caught fire just after being parked in a Karma owner’s garage, though the batteries were ruled out as the cause. A former General Motors engineer believes the design of the engine compartment was the culprit in the Karma fire. Disco inferno Several days ago, it was reported that a Read on! →

Americans are keeping their vehicles longer than they ever did. That, in turn, is causingĀ  used car prices to rise. Many later-model used vehicles are now selling for barely less than new models. Used car prices rising According to Kelley Blue Book, the keeper of car prices in the U.S., vehicles that are a year Read on! →

The latest batch of crash tests by the government has just been released. The new ratings put the total number of stars up to 5. In the first round of testing, there were only two five-star vehicles. The BMW 5 series and the Hyundai Sonata were the only cars that got five stars in the Read on! →