Wildly Popular Pokemon GO Leading To Unintended ConsequencesSince its release last Wednesday, the wildly popular Pokemon GO game has sent throngs of players all across cities nationwide in search of characters like Pikachu.
Animal Advocates Sit In Hot Car To Illustrate DangerA bill gaining traction in Boston would allow first responders and civilians to break into cars when they see an animal in distress.
Classic Cars Showcase History, Personal StoriesMore than 100 classic cars will be on display at the Summerfest Auto Show in Lone Tree, Colo.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Spring Clean Your Car: Detailing on a BudgetSave your tax refund and save money by detailing your car on your own this year.
Fiat Chrysler To Increase North American Factory WorkersThe number of Fiat Chrysler factory workers in North America will increase as the company reduces production of passenger cars and shifts toward trucks and SUVs, the company's chief executive said Tuesday.
Bad Week For German Automakers: Huge Costs, New ProbeAt VW, lower-level engineers are told what to do and not given much autonomy. As a result, in order to get things done, they don't tell their superiors what they're up to, he said.
Daimler Investigating Emissions After US RequestGerman automaker Daimler AG is investigating at the request of the U.S. government what it says are "possible indications of irregularities" in its emissions certification process.
Illinois Drivers Could Be Taxed By The MileSenate president John Cullerton (D-Chicago) says revenue would be used for road work.
6-Year-Olds Take Pickup Truck For A JoyridePolice say two 6-year-old boys took a joyride in a pickup truck through a central Kansas town, damaging five other vehicles and two mailboxes along the way.
New Jersey Set To Cut Emissions Testing For Older VehiclesJust in time for the summer driving season, a new Christie administration policy will mean hundreds of thousands of drivers won't have to line up at vehicle emissions stations across New Jersey.
Nissan To Recall Altimas For Third Time To Fix Hoods That Can Fly Open While DrivingNissan says in two previous recalls, dealers adjusted latches and applied lubricant. But if the lubricant wasn't put on evenly, the problem could persist.