The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its annual survey of cars that are behind the most expensive car insurance claims, including both damage claims and injury claims. The most expensive car to fix is, unsurprisingly, a Ferrari, and the injury leaders are all subcompacts. List of most expensive car insurance claims for damage Read on! →


The dangers of road rage are again in focus following of a tragic incident in Houston, Texas Monday. According to local authorities, a woman fatally shot a man following a minor traffic skirmish. Road rage turns deadly Crystal Scott, 23, was on her way to work Monday morning when she was involved in a minor Read on! →


The expense of owning a car has just begun when you drive off the dealer’s lot. That is true even if you bought that sweet ride with cash. And keeping her fueled and legal over her lifetime differs by region, according to the new Automotive Misery Index. Cost weighed in Automotive Misery Index There is Read on! →


According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Italian super-car maker Lamborghini will recall just under 1,500 of its Gallardo and Spyder models for an issue that could cause a power steering fluid leak and lead to an engine fire in extreme cases. Meanwhile, Honda is calling back some Elements for wiring issues. Recall follows Read on! →


General Motors is pushing the U.S. Government to sell its remaining stock in the automaker. It says the stigma of being “Government Motors” is weighting down its chance to succeed. But the White House is refusing to sell its GM stock at a loss to the taxpayers. GM stock left from bailout In 2009, the Read on! →


When most people use phrase “death car,” usually they mean cars that are dangerous to drive or cars that famous people kicked the bucket in. However, the reigning king of the death cars is a seemingly innocuous luxury barge from the 1960s, the Mercedes-Benz 600. The king death car The term “death cars” or “death Read on! →


Ford and Canadian Auto Workers have reached a tentative labor agreement that has saved jobs. Will the CAW achieve the same degree of success with General Motors and the Chrysler Group? Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Canadian Auto Workers business shrinking rapidly in Ontario Since 2000, auto industry Read on! →


The tentative labor agreement between Ford Motor Co. and Canadian Auto Workers labor union have staved off layoffs and plant closures for now. However, the province of Ontario continues to struggle. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Dark times for Canadian Auto Workers Negotiations between Canadian Auto Workers and Ford cover a Read on! →


The Nissan Leaf sold well in its initial offering, but sales have slowed much since that time. The higher cost of EVs has hindered their adoption in the U.S., and much of that added expense is due to the battery pack. Now, says Nissan, it is making a new battery pack for the Leaf that Read on! →


Enjoy the stories of more famous death cars. Don’t be embarrassed to admit that you revel in stories of speed and death like the rest of us rubber-neckers. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Famous death cars No. 4 – James Dean’s 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder James Dean made it clear Read on! →