cars

NHTSA Wants your feedback on its mandated kill switches

NHTSA (National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration) wants your feedback on its mandated ‘kill switches’ coming to all vehicles in 2026. We covered a story regarding the Biden-approved 2021 infrastructure bill that holds Section 24220 regarding a requirement for automakers to begin including a “vehicle kill switch” within the operating software of new cars that’s […]

NHTSA Wants your feedback on its mandated kill switches Read More »

The Battle Begins: Car Dealers Challenge Biden’s Electric Vehicle Mandate

A coalition of almost 4,000 auto dealers nationwide sent an open letter to President Biden, calling on him to “tap the brakes” on his administration’s aggressive electric vehicle (EV) push. The coalition — which includes dealers located in all 50 states and who collectively sell every major car brand is taking aim at the Biden

The Battle Begins: Car Dealers Challenge Biden’s Electric Vehicle Mandate Read More »

Gas, Hybrid, or Electric: Choosing the Perfect Car for You

Gas prices and inflation have fluctuated wildly since 2020, and new sustainability laws dictating higher MPG rules are going into effect around the country. It’s no wonder, then, that nearly 60% of Americans have considered buying more fuel-efficient vehicles or electric or hybrid vehicles. Deciding whether to get a gas car versus a hybrid car versus an electric

Gas, Hybrid, or Electric: Choosing the Perfect Car for You Read More »

Most Drivers Fear Self-Driving Cars

Drivers are increasingly unsure about autonomous technology in cars. They fear the car taking control away from them and prefer to drive themselves. A recent AAA automated vehicle survey show that while there is still a high level of interest in partially-automated vehicle technology, attitudes toward fully self-driving vehicles have become increasingly apprehensive. Consumers like

Most Drivers Fear Self-Driving Cars Read More »

Tesla finally agrees to open its charging network to all EVs in US for $7.5B

The Biden administration announced new standards for expanding the national electric vehicle (EV) charging network in order to encourage widespread EV adoption by providing a “predictable” user experience. All charging stations will soon be required to adopt the same connector types, payment methods, and data privacy assurances. These new standards have pushed Tesla, for the first time, to make

Tesla finally agrees to open its charging network to all EVs in US for $7.5B Read More »

Unbelievable! Find Out How You Can Get $7,500 in EV Tax Credits Now

The Treasury Department has revealed which cars will be eligible for the new electric vehicle tax credits. Fewer models are now eligible for the new subsidy than in previous years, but some of the most well-known EVs still qualify, according to the Monday announcement. Under the new rule, consumers can get up to $7,500 in

Unbelievable! Find Out How You Can Get $7,500 in EV Tax Credits Now Read More »

Pothole season is here! Damage to YOUR Car Costs More Than You Think

In many parts of the country, the weather is warming up and people are seeing the damage from the winter that has destroyed the roads. It seems like pothole-laden obstacle courses are everywhere! The damage can be very expensive, and that bill is on you! Some of the potholes on the road are already like

Pothole season is here! Damage to YOUR Car Costs More Than You Think Read More »

Scroll to Top