A new bill has explicitly banned coal rolling in the State of New Jersey. Continue Reading...
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Aggressive maneuvering, horns blaring, center-most fingers locked in their upright positions, these are but a few hallmarks of ill-mannered motoring. Surly, rushed or otherwise incompetent drivers cause mayhem on America’s country roads and urban thoroughfares. Continue Reading...
Tesla sales will likely resume in New Jersey, following a ban that was put in effect April 1. Continue Reading...
The ban on selling Tesla products in New Jersey that begins next month might not last very long. Continue Reading...
The state of New Jersey has banned Tesla‘s direct-to-consumer stores, effective April 1, 2014. Continue Reading...
F1 fans looking forward to watching some of the world’s best drivers whip around a 3.2-mile temporary road coarse in New Jersey will have to put their plans on hold. Continue Reading...
The FIA just released its 2014 calendar, confirming that the schedule will include the first F1 race in the New York, New Jersey area. Continue Reading...
The on again, off again Formula 1 Grand Prix of America race is now cancelled according to F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone. Continue Reading...
Fisker is reporting that it lost $30 million in inventory after Superstorm Sandy flooded a New Jersey port. Continue Reading...
Hurricane Sandy gave the Eastern portion of the United States a what for last week, not to mention the Caribbean and points far beyond. Amid all the destruction and misery the automotive industry was impacted in a number of ways. In particular, the safety of electric cars has been brought up. Continue Reading...
Back in June, Bernie Ecclestone seemed confident that the Grand Prix of America would not happen in 2013. Despite that, June 16, 2013 was announced as the date for the inaugural Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial. Turns out Ecclestone was right. Continue Reading...
Thanks to recently passed legislation, New Jersey residents will now be able to take part in an incentive program through Stop & Shop supermarkets that can cut the cost of gas by as much as $2.20 per gallon. Continue Reading...
Recently, Sebastian Vettel put the new Grand Prix of America course to the test and came away unimpressed, saying that not much progress had been made on the track. Continue Reading...
We’ve got bad news for Jersey dogs that love to hang out the window and feel the breeze flowing through its fur. Did you know that the state of New Jersey has a law that says you have to buckle up your pet or face a $1,000 fine? It’s been around for 16 years, but… Continue Reading...
A police-escorted high-speed highway run involving 30 supercars is causing a stir after public outcry over what amounts to excused law-breaking and reckless behavior. Continue Reading...
Since Saab‘s bankruptcy, multiple automakers and outfits have expressed interest in purchasing the Swedish marque albeit no deals were sealed. As for Saab Cars North America (SCNA), the distribution company continues its fight against an involuntary bankruptcy filing in Delaware by its dealers and is working to move the case to Michigan. In the meantime,… Continue Reading...
Cocaine is a hell of a drug, at least according to R&B singer Rick James, though 52-year-old Peter Davis of Englewood, NJ would probably agree. He admitted to incurring $102,141 in fines, owed to the New Jersey Port Authority in Jean Davis’, his mothers, car. You may wonder why anyone would repeatedly incur fines to… Continue Reading...
There is less than a week until Christmas and if you’re looking for a gift that’s just plain bonkers we’re here to help. How about a 1991 Toyota Camry LE customized like a candy cane and decked out in what can only be described as hilarity and nonsense. Despite the Providence, RI. seller, repeatedly insisting… Continue Reading...
The moment has come. Formula One, the pinnacle of international automotive racing, is coming for Greater New York in 2013! According to well placed sources involved in the matter, the Formula 1 franchise will make an official announcement of the “Formula One Grand Prix of America” some time next week. Slatted for June 2013, the… Continue Reading...
The suit centers around premature wear on the engine’s internal components, particularly on the nodular cast-iron camshafts and 9310-grade steel valves. Continue Reading...
With the construction well underway in Austin, TX for a purpose built F1 track, you could be forgiven for thinking the US-F1 deal is settled for the next few years at least, but you’d be wrong. According to reports from The Wall Street Journal, New Jersey could come in the picture and host a second… Continue Reading...
Perhaps there’s nothing more fitting than a Mercedes-Benz rolling on the mean streets of Camden or Newark. And it’s about high time the company got some credit: in a story that just happens to hit the right buttons, Mercedes-Benz USA was voted one of the best places to work in New Jersey, where they pump fists and… Continue Reading...
The Garden State might not get a lot of good press, but here’s a piece that might just put a smile on your face. Or, if you’re a fan of cruising in the left lane at the speed limit pretending to be the police – we’re sure it will infuriate you. The clip, taken by… Continue Reading...
The New Jersery Motorsport Park, a favorite among car enthusiasts on the East Coast, is going bankrupt. Someone please save it before it gets turned into another mall. NJMP is one of the newest tracks in America, having opened its doors back in 2008. It currently has two road courses and a professional karting track…. Continue Reading...