Michael Schumacher's Ferrari F2001 to Fetch Over $4M at Auction

The Ferrari F2001 Formula 1 car that Michael Schumacher piloted to his fourth World Driver’s Championship is to be auctioned by RM Sotheby’s at its upcoming Contemporary Art Evening Auction in New York City.
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Where to Take a Road Trip From New York City

Summer is road-trip season. The fairest of nature’s four quarters, its warm weather and sunny skies beckon, especially for folks living in areas that receive winter’s wrath. It’s spring and time is ticking; have you planned your vacation yet?

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NYC Outlaws Selling Cars With Outstanding Recalls

New Yorkers shopping for a used car have a little bit less to worry about thanks to a new rule that bans the sale of cars with outstanding recall repairs by used car dealers.

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UberX Now Cheaper Than an NYC Taxi

There’s a public transport war raging in New York City.

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NYC's Nissan-Only Taxi Plan Ruled Legal

Nissan might serve as the sole provider of new taxicabs for New York City after all.

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2014 Ford Transit Connect Taxi: More Space, Less Fuel
What does Hong Kong have in common with New York City, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles? Other than being a large, cosmopolitan metropolis it’s also the latest municipality to select Ford’s Transit Connect Taxi for duty.

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2014 Mazda3 Revealed With More Space, Style & Speed

Like a Broadway premiere the 2014 Mazda3 will take a bow in New York City today. Mazda’s best-selling compact car has received a bumper-to-bumper redesign along with some significant improvements. The company’s latest C-Segment offering brings a healthy dose of style, performance and technology to an extremely competitive slice of the market.

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NY Mayor Aims for 10,000 Electric Car Charging Spaces

There will be 10,000 new public spaces to charge electric cars in New York City in seven years if mayor Michael Bloomberg has his way.

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GMC Helps Bring Macy's Parade Home

With more than 50 million people estimated to watch the annual Macy’s Parade in New York City today, GMC is cashing in on the advertising opportunity.

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Nissan 'Taxi of Tomorrow' Previewed: Paris Motor Show

Among the many cars soon to sit in garages around the globe, Nissan had a different kind of common car parked at its Paris pavilion today: the “Taxi of Tomorrow.”

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Fiat 500 'Immigrants' Commercial Sacrificed 6 Cars

Fiat’s latest commercial, “Immigrants,” gives a cinematic portrayal of the 500 making its journey from Italy to the U.S., but as anyone who watched it will know, several cars were apparently sacrificed in the process.

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Nissan NYC "Taxi of Tomorrow" Ad Campaign Emphasizes Innovation

Even though the last one was produced in 1982 and no working examples are left in the Big Apple, the Checker Motors A11 is still considered the definitive New York taxi cab.

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Nissan E-NV200 Concept Brings Leaf Technology to a Van: 2012 Detroit Auto Show

Nissan is trying to stay at the forefront of the rapidly-progressing electric vehicle market by announcing a plug-in version of their compact van today at the Detroit Auto Show, the e-NV200.

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Nissan Leaf Headed for New York City Taxi Duty

Six Nissan Leafs will partake in a journey that no other electric vehicle has gone on before. As part of a pilot program, six pioneering Leafs will serve commercial duty as taxi cabs for one of the most populous metropolitans in the world, New York City.

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New York City Gets "Pay By Phone" Parking Meters

Following the lead of Atlanta and Washington D.C., New York City is due to get around 300 parking meters that will allow drivers to pay for parking via their smart phones.

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