386 Blog Posts From the Auto Industry Tag


A Lever Long Enough

A Lever Long Enough

You might be surprised to discover how few horsepower it takes to keep your car — or even a big SUV — going. Well, once it’s already going. Last week, Dodge sent me a Durango SRT392 to test drive (the review of this beast is here). It has an interesting feature, a display that lets […]

The Hidden Danger of Buying a Used Connected Car

The Hidden Danger of Buying a Used Connected Car

The media has made much ado about remote car hacking and it is a serious concern but there is another concern that could potentially be more devastating for a new used car owner:  Buying a used car whose connectivity is still controlled by the previous owner. More than likely, the owner forgot that they needed […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 7, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for September 7, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: IIHS Fakes Speed Limit Study Results NJ Judicial Commission Takes on Ticketing for Profit NJ State Senator Introduces Camera Enforcement Inoculation Act Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Story of the Week IIHS Fakes Speed Limit Study Results The Insurance Institute for […]

Fewer Safety Standards on Driverless Cars Could be Trouble for Consumers

Fewer Safety Standards on Driverless Cars Could be Trouble for Consumers

From Colorado lawyer Amy Gaiennie As the country becomes closer to seeing more driverless cars on the roads than those with humans behind the wheel, a debate rages in Congress. Automakers in Silicon Valley, as well as in major auto manufacturing states such as Ohio and Michigan, are now pushing Congress to prevent individual states […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for September 5, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for September 5, 2018

NMA Car of the Future Story of the Week Automakers’ soaring ambitions for flying cars start to take shape When it comes to visionary thinking, perhaps the most jaw-dropping concept from one of Volkswagen Group’s brands was not a high-tech robocar, such as the Audi Aicon. Nor was the idea born in any of VW […]