Once the king of the subcompacts, Honda’s Fit is getting a badly needed update.
Automakers are unveiling a bevy of performance cars in Detroit.
Ford plans to unveil at this month’s International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) a solar-powered concept car.
The New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers on Sunday announced a program in which taxi drivers will make sure both you and your car get home safely if you’ve had one drink too many.
A string of disturbing acts of vandalism have been discovered in Toms River, N.J.
A swastika was spray-painted on a car parked at Old Sylvan Lake Road in Hopewell Junction on Friday night.
Suffolk County police on Saturday were holding a man who was caught in Buffalo, after he allegedly stole three vehicles and robbed two banks in a period of five days.
Police in Nassau County were searching Wednesday night for an unidentified person who drew swastikas with chalk on 14 cars in Bethpage and Massapequa Park.
The victimized vehicles included a 2002 Mercedes Benz with a shattered windshield, a 2011 BMW with a broken rear window and tail lights, and a 2011 Land Rover with a damaged side view mirror.
Which convertible is hotter? The highly acclaimed and luxurious Lamborghini Gallardo or the more affordable Fiat 500? You decide!
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis spoke to Casey Cotrone and Ryan Lafata from the Eastport-South Manor Central School District. The dynamic duo competed against 29 teams from across the US and one team from Canada Canada at the Jacob Javits Center during the 113th Annual New York International Auto Show.
There is a plan to clear 55 acres of forest on Long Island to create an auction site for vehicles damaged by superstorm Sandy, but there is a battle over the plan.
It is illegal to text or talk on a cell phone and drive in Connecticut, and now if one state lawmaker has his way, there will also be restrictions on smoking and driving.
“We did a lot of fact checking, but actually we wound up writing about very little,” factcheck.org’s Eugene Kieley told WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot.
Imagine if you could test out your car at full throttle, just to see what she can do, and do it legally. Well there was a place like that in New Jersey for 50 years.