As we all arrived at today’s event just outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center, we were treated to a first look at the 2011 SEMA Show concept cars including the special Corvette designed to com
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The Department of State mails notices to motorists 45 days before their driver’s license or license plates expire, so they have time to renew.
While Ford Motor Company opts to show off modified vehicles with help from aftermarket customization companies, General Motors relies on components from their Performance Parts division (GMPP) alon
The diesel option is already available in European markets for the Chevy Cruze but in 2013, it will mark the first time that American consumers can buy a diesel passenger car from a US automaker.
First of all, Anna Bearington of Sparta Chevrolet in Sparta Michigan confirmed the features of the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 that we were already aware of, like the fact that the new high performan
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We see growth in 2012 for one reason – vehicles are getting very, very old," Ford senior economist C.
Look at that photo.
The 2011 SEMA Show marks the third year that WD40 has partnered with the many companies under the SEMA Cares charity group, with the cooperation accounting for unique WD40 themed muscle cars in 200
I should start my review of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt by pointing out that I am a gearhead and I put very little priority into the area of fuel economy when buying a vehicle.
Most of present safety systems are designed to mitigate the effects of a collision rather than preventing it in the first place.
Both the CEOs of General Motors and Renault/Nissan are predicting slow economic growth and consumer anxiety in 2012.