Honda Accord Wins Car Of The YearHonda has done it again. For the third year in a row, it has received a top honor at the Detroit Auto Show.
Takata Air Bag Recall Expanding By Another 3.3 MillionThe largest automotive recall in U.S. history just got bigger. Japanese air bag maker Takata is recalling another 3.3 million faulty air-bags.
Nissan Working On Cars That Read Your MindThe race is on among several automakers to be the first to officially sell and market self-driving vehicles. Nissan is going in another direction.
Tough Test Standards Lead To Fewer Top Safety PicksCrash tests have long been a key element in how the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rates vehicles.
Bill Would Make Texting While Driving A Primary OffenseA bill in the works would make it a primary offense to text while driving in the State of Florida.
Truck Yeah! Oversized Luxury Trucks Making A Comeback After falling out of favor due to high gas prices, oversized luxury trucks are making a comeback.
Honda Recalls 900,000 Odyssey Minivans Due To Issue With Second-Row SeatsHonda is recalling about 900-thousand Odyssey minivans because of problems with latching their seats.
Be Thankful For Designated Drivers This Holiday WeekendTow to Go service available November 22 - 26 in an effort to keep impaired drivers off the road over the Thanksgiving holiday period.
BMW Recalls 1.4 Million Vehicles Due To Fire RiskBMW is recalling 1-point-4 million vehicles because of fire risks.
Mid-Size Cars Show Improvement In Passenger Side CrashesThe Ford Fusion is one of ten mid-sized cars that earned good marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in new passenger side crash tests.
Toll Suspension Cost $3 Million A DayThe state lost more than $45 million in revenue when it suspended tolls to help speed up evacuations and relief efforts for Hurricane Irma, Florida's Turnpike system estimates.
Firefighters' Cars Broken Into In 2 Separate BurglariesMore than a dozen personal vehicles belonging to firefighters were broken into Thursday night in two separate indicents in Miami-Dade.