Google’s driverless car prototype makes autonomous cars look like they’re right around the corner, but the verdict isn’t out on when they’ll hit your local dealership. [keep reading]
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The FBI is showing some concerns about Google’s new driverless car. [keep reading]
If you live in Alabama, Arizona and Colorado, you’ll probably pay more for a new car than in other states. And if you live in Oregon you’ll pay a lot less — the lowest in the country, in additional fees at least. [keep reading]
Some states are a bargain, but consumers in some states can expect to pay an extra couple of thousand dollars for costs you might not think of when you shop for a car – state and local sales tax, registration fee and so-called “doc fees,” short for dealer documentation fees. [keep reading]
In the first half of 2014, General Motors recalled more cars than it sold in the last five years according to this article. Between the lawsuits, hearings at Capital Hill, internal investigations, delivering new parts to dealers, getting drivers to bring in their recalled cars – this is the general state of General Motors.
The automaker, already fined a maximum of $35 million, is looking at an even larger settlement expected to be in the billions. Just last month in May of 2014, Toyota agreed to pay $1.2 billion for misleading consumers and the government on their own recalls. [keep reading]
Some states are a bargain, but consumers in some states can expect to pay an extra couple of thousand dollars for costs you might not think of when you shop for a car – state and local sales tax, registration fee and so-called “doc fees.” [keep reading]
People don’t like to read. In fact, you’re probably not even reading this right now. Instead, you’re watching the video below because for one thing, it doesn’t involve reading and secondly, people like watching animated videos. It’s a proven fact.
You just watched the video, didn’t you? Told you it’s a proven fact that people rather watch a video than read. So let’s take the next steps. [keep reading]
In 2011, Nevada became the first state to legalize the testing of driverless cars. California later followed suit. As Mojo Motors’ map details, progress in this space continues: recently California announced plans to begin issuing licenses for autonomous cars this September. [keep reading]
Article by Jim Henry for Forbes
Who wants a car that’s “worthless?” Maybe you should. The key is, how many miles can you get out of it before a car or truck reaches that point? By that measure, Toyota makes the longest-lasting cars and trucks, at an average of more than 200,000 miles. [keep reading]
The 4WD vs AWD debate and RWD vs FWD debate has been going on for years and what’s best for you depends on your finances, where you live, your lifestyle and expectations. If what everyone else is doing matters, consider this, 30 percent of all vehicles on U.S. roads will have AWD by 2015.
In your pursuit of finding the best drivetrain, you’ll want to know some auto lingo because all those WD’s have nothing to do with lubricating spray. [keep reading]