The fact that electric and hybrid cars often have fake engine noises to help avoid collisions with pedestrians and cyclists is well known, but did you know that more mainstream cars augment and even replace their engine noise?
Kelly Waldron had a story the other day about how ill-prepared your average motorist is for winter weather. Instead of things like warm blankets, flashlights, first-aid kits, we tend to have things we don't need, like a leftover gorilla suit still in our trunk from Halloween.
Nineteen motor oil products have been banned from store shelves across New Jersey after lab testing proved they were deceptively labeled and could end up causing fatal damage in the vehicles that use them.
You can take it with a skeptical grain of salt or believe in the experts. There's something called the Axalta Automotive Color Popularity Report for 2013, and experts in the field of automotive body color say there really is a lot of psychology that goes into the selection of a car's color.
The couple in the convertible sail down a pristine freeway, the pavement theirs alone. At the wheel, he smiles in suit and tie, while she leans closer, every blonde hair in place, her face a portrait of mobile bliss.
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