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Consumer Federation of America says people who drive less aren't getting price breaks they deserve from most big auto insurance companies.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports J.D. Power expects May 17.3 million auto sales.
Takata is facing an increasing risk of a cash crunch as the cost of its global airbag recall spirals ever-upwards, analysts warn.
The U.S. Department of Transportation plans to extend federal oversight over General Motors' safety proceedings for another year.
Graphics processor maker Nvidia remains best known for powering video games rather than playing with tech titans like Google and potentially Apple.
A trio of prized vintage Ferraris will hit the auction block Saturday at the RM Sotheby's Lake Como auction.
An auto industry writer crashes a new Camaro while taking a hard turn at the Belle Isle Race Track in Detroit.
The NHTSA confirmed Tuesday earlier reports that air bag manufacturer Takata plans to declare 33.8 million vehicles defective.
The online video, which appeared on an Uber driver online forum, appears to show how repeatedly canceling planned pickups causes fees to increase.
Major auto companies could stand in the way of the success of a driverless Apple car, according to the CEO of a top analytics company.
Hyundai's union boss faces dissent from within the country's most strike-prone union even as the company is trying to ditch its wage structure.
China's home-grown automakers are virtually unknown outside the mainland, but give it five or ten years, and you may be cruising in one.
A new product hopes to give parents a tool to stop distracted teens from texting or calling while driving.
Some sports cars have stood the test of time and become truly iconic. Check out CNBC.com's definitive collection.
Democrats are twice as likely as Republicans to spend their gas savings on nonessential items, according to a new survey from Bankrate.
The Tesla P85D was effectively rendered undriveable, Consumer Reports says in a blog post.
Amtrak trains began rolling on the busy Northeast Corridor early Monday, the first time in almost a week following a deadly crash.
GM President Dan Ammann took a spin in the new Camaro and called the halo car "hugely important" to Chevy.
A GfK study shows that texters are number one when it comes to the most infuriating road behaviors, The Detroit Bureau reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau and GM President Dan Ammann discuss how General Motors has changed and then hop inside GM's' newest model to test how it handles. And Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, shares his thoughts on Mary Barra's leadership.