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Even without a strike, New York City area commuters have one of the worst travel times in the country.
People suing GM over a faulty ignition switch will get two chances in court this week to argue that the automaker should be held accountable.
Blinding sun, rain and rubbernecking were blamed for a chain of accidents involving almost 100 vehicles in North Carolina on Sunday, NBC News reports.
Jerry Seinfeld faced a tough crowd while putting up 18 of his prized cars for auction Friday.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will add around 2,000 fancy new buses to its fleet in the next five years.
Two new versions of the latest Camaro are rolling into Chevy dealerships this spring.
Honda will compensate U.S. dealers for costs of vehicles they can't sell because of the massive recall linked to potentially faulty air bag inflators.
Volkswagen announced Wednesday that Michael Horn, chief executive of Volkswagen Group of America, will leave the position.
Insure.com has ranked car insurance premiums in every state. Here are the five best and five worst places to find affordable auto insurance.
The U.S. Justice Department sent German automaker Volkswagen AG a subpoena under a bank fraud law in its diesel emissions probe.
If successful, the lawsuit would add to financial pressures on Volkswagen that its chief executive said on Tuesday would be "substantial and painful".
Buying a Tesla won't get you green kudos in Singapore, where an emissions surcharge slapped on a Model S has caught the attention of Elon Musk.
Will the rise of convenient tech features on cars leave the door open to hackers? In the age of the connected car, here are the vulnerabilities.
France has opened a formal investigation into suspected "aggravated fraud" by Volkswagen following revelations it rigged diesel emissions tests.
Lyft is gaining momentum in a key market for the company and its more established competitor, Uber.
Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and chairman of Hyperloop, says the technology is ready.