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The FCA Focus Could Mean Huge Savings for You

In Car News, Chrysler, Dodge by Carl Durrek

Recently FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne announced the news that the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 are going to be discontinued. While we haven’t been given an exact time frame for this to take place the production of both vehicles has slowed to a near standstill and the focus of FCA is moving toward the Jeep and RAM brands which are …

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The Shell Concept Car; Small and Amazing

In Car News by Lauren Gailli

We see collaboration in many parts of the automotive industry and when that collaboration brings forth something that is extremely efficient and the next right step in our world we often sit up and take notice. Such was the case when Tesla brought us the Model S and again when Chevrolet announced the Bolt, but what we see today is …

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Looking at Some Midsized Sedans

In Reviews by CQ Livingston

What do we see driven during our daily commutes? When you look around at the crowd of cars you see on the road every day the answer to this questions comes to you simply as midsized vehicle. Whether it’s a midsized crossover SUV, midsized luxury sedan or a midsized typical sedan the cars that prowl the middle of the road …

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Bringing Down the Death Total

In Safety by Blaine Traber

Roadway deaths seem to be entirely preventable. Unless as car has completely gone out of control on its own, the owner of a vehicle is completely responsible for what that car does when driven. The same goes for pedestrians as the cross into roadways and the responsibility to observe and be aware of their surroundings. The fact that more of …

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Patience; Something Every Driver Needs

In Offbeat by Jesseb Shiloh

I really don’t want to preach to you about how important it is to be patient when behind the wheel, especially since I know that I have my own version of “road rage” that I often succumb to when other drivers do things that seem to bother me, but there is something to be said for being patient when behind …

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Fewer Cylinders Make Great Power

In Technology by Lauren Gailli

Dan Gurney has been a racing legend, an engine design phenom and even was a spoof to be elected president by the team at Car and Driver back in 1964. You might think at the tender age of 84 he might choose to retire with all the accolades and notoriety that he has in his life, but he decided to …

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Cool Tech Features from the Detroit Auto Show

In Technology by Blaine Traber

Nowadays you not only get to see some great cars, trucks and SUVs at the Detroit Auto Show, but you also see some amazing technological advancements. The top issue on the table is of course autonomous driving and how to make it work along with what could possibly go along with it. Of course this isn’t the only tech that …

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Questions That Should be Asked About Autonomous Vehicles

In Technology by CQ Livingston

As we do move toward what will eventually be a reality, the autonomous car, there are many questions that must be asked that don’t necessarily have anything to do with the regulation of these cars.  A car that will drive itself and allow you to focus on something other than the road while on the way to and from a …

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Responding Even Faster

In Ford, Technology by Jesseb Shiloh

When we are in an emergency situation it feels like an eternity before the first responders make it to the site of our need.  In reality the time is only minutes and possibly less for these emergency professionals to make it to you.  Time is precious when disaster strikes or an emergency situation is present and getting information faster to …

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You Thought All They Did Was Cars

In Offbeat by Blaine Traber

Peugeot Design Lab has been responsible for several cars over the years and most of the time these cars were great little driving vehicles that gave Europeans cars that fit well in their cities and on their streets.  Even though Peugeot has not been at the forefront of performance and doesn’t usually ring as a name that we see much …