If you’re a fan of how classic cars look but not necessarily how they drive, there’s some good news for you. Continue Reading...
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Speed and red light cameras could be a thing of the past if Rep. Ed Perlmutter D-Golden gets his way. Continue Reading...
It’s raining today in Marquette, Mich where four pieces of paper sitting on a desk are causing a small car manufacturer in California to sweat. Continue Reading...
The state of Tennessee has added a pair of new DUI laws just in time for the 4th of July holiday. Continue Reading...
The ban on selling Tesla products in New Jersey that begins next month might not last very long. Continue Reading...
However, Schumer feels that the proposed system simply doesn’t go far enough. “The latest proposal by car rental companies to create a vague double-standard that defines some recalled cars as safe and others as dangerous allows these companies to shirk their responsibility to consumers’ safety,” he said. Continue Reading...
Federal legislators have begun examining ways to tax highway users based on Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) as a way to bring up shortfalls to the Highway Trust Fund. A concern is that as fuel-efficient hybrids and plug-in cars increase, fuel tax generated revenues will do little for the already insufficient funding base. In a Congressional… Continue Reading...
GM and BMW Working On Cars That Recognize Road Signs, Lame “Didn’t See The Sign, Officer” Excuses To End
A report out of Europe claims that BMW and General Motors are collaborating on a system that will scan road signs, including speed limit warnings and relay the information to drivers. The system still has a few kinks being worked out, but the objective is for the system to be able to display warning signs… Continue Reading...