Drivers on the Dolphin Expressway (SR 836) and Palmetto Expressway (SR 826) are in for some major changes to their commute beginning Thursday night.
Hialeah police are using red light cameras for more than just catching red-light runners.
Motorists increasingly desperate for a fill-up fumed in long lines at gas stations and screamed at each other Friday as fuel shortages in Superstorm Sandy’s wake spread across the metropolitan area.
As Tropical Storm Isaac prepares to bare down on South Florida and the Keys, the Florida Highway Patrol is urging drivers to be cautious when on the road.
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resident Barack Obama and automakers ushered in what could be the largest cut in fuel consumption since the 1970s on Friday with a deal that would save drivers money at the pump and dramatically cut heat-trapping gases coming from tailpipes.
Construction crews will be hard at work in the westbound lanes of SR 836, also known as the Dolphin Expressway, forcing the highway to close at the NW 72 Avenue exit ramp.
More than a dozen South Florida drivers were fuming Tuesday night after they say they got some bad gasoline at a gas station, causing their cars to stall shortly after filling up.
When oil prices go up, gas prices follow. So, shouldn’t the opposite also be true? Maybe not.
For more than 40 years the federal government has had an agency in place whose only mission is to protect American motorists from defective and dangerous cars and trucks.
But the CBS4 I-Team has uncovered questionable ties between those supposed government watchdogs and the automotive industry. It’s a problem highlighted recently during the crisis involving sudden acceleration in Toyotas.