Depending on your criteria, it could be anything from the dawn of automotive production to today.
Every year as summer arrives so does news of children dying of heatstroke when they are accidentally left in cars. Lawmakers are now pushing for legislation that would require new cars to have preventive systems to remind parents when a child is in the back seat.
Automakers are working hard to find cost-effective ways to join dissimilar metals, in particular, aluminum and steel.
In the golden age of automotive advertising safety never got in the way of the fun.
Occasionally, you stumble on a Craigslist ad that is just pure perfection. Even leaving out the crazy contraption for sale, it’s glorious in its insane description, its lack of regard for the rules of grammar and syntax, and it’s ALL CAPS style.
Last week, at a sustainability conference held in Vatican City, Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann presented His Holiness, Pope Francis with an Opel Ampera-e, as part of a mission to make Vatican City the first CO2-free country on the planet.
Everyone wants a flying car, or at least they think they want one. It seems like a cool idea until you remember how much trouble the average person has keeping a car between the lines on the road. Regardless, companies are moving ahead with the technology going so far as to launch test flights. There […]
It’s fun to go for a test drive, but sometimes you can’t afford the car of your dreams. It might be tempting to take the keys and make a run for it, but we don’t recommend this approach since breaking the law never ends well. However, should you choose to steal a car after a […]
According to the Federal Trade Commission, 19 Americans fall victims to identity thieves every minute. Javelin Strategy and Research released its 2016 Identity Fraud Study, and found that $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million U.S. consumers in 2015. Credit card fraud is the second most frequent means of stealing from consumers, and perpetrators are […]