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KickingTiresIn our joint series with USA Today, Cars.com looked at exactly where automakers are building cars in the U.S. We took a snapshot of assembly plants over three decades from 1982 to 2012 to see where domestic, European and Asian......
KickingTiresNearly a month from today will mark the return of America???s ??? and maybe the world???s ??? most important auto show. Thirty-six all-new vehicles are set to debut at the 2012 North American International Auto Show, according to the Detroit......
KickingTiresHonda is extending the warranty on the gas tank assembly of 80,000 2006-11 Honda Civic Hybrids, according to the New York Times. The warranty is being extended because fuel may leak from some vehicles, the automaker says. On the affected......
KickingTiresCongress' decision to end its 30-year-old ethanol subsidy could boost gas prices as early as next week, according to USA Today. That's because virtually all retail gasoline sold in the U.S. contains at least 10% corn ethanol. The end of......
Tags: Biofuels, Tax Credits, Ethanol, Politics, Credit and Debt
KickingTiresYou???d think motorcycles with their low-displacement engines and high power-to-mass ratios would be a significantly greener mode of transportation compared to the average four-door sedan, but that???s not so, according to the crew behind the ???...
Crime and Safety - Sun-Sentinel?? Want to check out a presidential armored car??? Fans of police gear, equipment and tactics from local, state and federal police agencies are in for a big show at what???s being billed as South Florida???s largest public safety expo, Nov. 5 at the...
Maryland WeatherFrom the Sun's print editions:Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell provides this guest post: "Artificial snow from cloud seeding falls for the first time in nature" was the headline that ran Nov. 13, 1946. Vincent J Schaefer, a self-taught chemist and.....
Tags: General Electric Company
KickingTiresVolkswagen will no longer offer a backup camera option on the 2012 Touareg, Tiguan and Passat CC sedan because of supply shortages caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, according to the New York Times. The 2012......
Tags: Disasters, Tsunamis, Earthquakes, Japan, Disasters and Accidents
KickingTiresThe United States is part of a larger international group that is tapping 60 million barrels of oil globally, with about half of that coming from U.S. strategic oil reserves. The release of oil is to offset a disruption in......
KickingTiresNevada passed legislation today that would allow autonomous cars to operate on its highways. Specifically, the law authorizes Nevada???s Department of Motor Vehicles to come up with rules that would allow for the free operation of autonomous vehicles on...
KickingTiresThe U.S. Treasury said it received the $560 million that Fiat has promised to pay for the remaining shares the U.S. government held in the Chrysler Group, ending the dealings between the feds and Chrysler six years ahead of the......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County is overwhelming Democratic, but the upper-crust Town of Palm Beach has become a haven for top tier conservatives. The New York Times examined the phenomenon in an article over the weekend. It started with the arrival of......
Tags: Rush Limbaugh
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