Deadly Crashes Involving Trucks Are On The Rise, New Guards May Change That According to the latest numbers from the government, fatal crashes involving large trucks are on the rise but new crash tests show how guards for the sides of trucks can make a big difference.
TSA: Terrorists Could Plan To Steal, Use Trucks As Killing MachinesThe Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) issued a new security alert warning trucking companies and law enforcement agencies around the country that terrorists could be planning to steal trucks with the intention of using them as killing machines.
Federal Grant Rescues Miami-Dade Fire Rescue From CutsFor the last six months, Miami-Dade County’s fire union and the mayor’s office have been slinging mud and insults at each other over a budget shortfall that threatened 59 jobs and three fire rescue trucks.
I-95 Nighttime Closures This WeekendLate night partiers and those people who work the late shift near downtown Miami take note – a major closure is scheduled for Sunday morning.
Parkland Car Wash Hires People With AutismIf you are looking to get your car squeaky clean and help make a difference, a new car wash in Parkland may be just the thing for you.
New Website Lets You Pick State's New License PlateFour new license plate tags were designed by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Each has a sleek, smooth surface, better readability and seven characters instead of the traditional six.
South Fla. Int'l Auto Show Returns With New Attractions, More CarsThe South Florida International Auto Show rolls into town Friday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 18.
Laughing At Uncertainty, AutoNation Sales Rise 21% In Third QuarterDespite a struggling economy and uncertainty surrounding which presidential candidate’s economic policies will drive the country, Americans still love their cars, and they are opening their wallets to prove it.
August Car Sales Stronger Than ExpectedCar buyers came into dealerships in big numbers in August, boosting most brands sales by more than double digits over last year.
Food Trucks Feeding The Hungry Masses For LessThere’s a tasty trend sweeping South Florida, dining by food truck. Owners of the trucks say it started in Miami in 2009 with just a few vehicles. Now there are more than 60 food trucks selling meals on wheels.
I-Team: NHTSA Is Asleep At The WheelFor 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.