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Why you need a GM M1008 Army Truck

If you can’t afford a Humvee, check out General Motors “Kuck Vee”. From stout diesel engines to heavy-duty axles, these militarized versions of GM pickup trucks are ready for battle – or a weekend of off-roading with your buddies. Introducing the Kuck-Vee In the early 80s, the U.S. Military commissioned GM to build a fleet…

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Ford Raises Number Of Vehicles Under Takata Stop-Driving Order

While the auto industry hasn't been especially happy about the Takata exploding airbag inflator recall, most automakers have been, though they haven't been thrilled with the thought of vast numbers of their vehicles returning for recall work, going along with the callback. Few have actively tried to squirm out of it. However, Ford recently indicated…

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As Ford Faces 500K Truck Recall, Carmakers Must Be Asking Is Diesel Worth It?

Is it worth it? That must be the question running through every diesel vehicle manufacturer, following the Volkswagen’s scandalous use of an emissions-busting “defeat device.” And, news that other makers are up to their tailpipes in diesel problems. For example, Ford faces a suit and recall of more than 500,000 Super Duty trucks. Its supplier…

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3D Car Tuning: What You Should Know

Technology has brought many wonderful things to our lives and in fact, pretty much anything you can think of that’s man-made has happened thanks to technology. But 3D car tuning? For those of you that don’t (yet) know what 3D car tuning is, we’re going to try and explain it, why there’s a need for…

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Everything We Know About the New Toyota Supra

One of the most beloved Japanese sports cars ever produced is finally returning this year with the new Toyota Supra deep in the development phase. Being such an important part of the automotive world, it doesn't come as a surprise that the Supra's return is being followed by much hype. So much in fact, that…

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Ford Mach 1

Ford Mach 1 Electric SUV To Come By 2020 As Part Of A Massive Ford Electric Invasion

Some sacrifices have to be made for the future health of Ford. Just by zooming through their car portfolio of today it is obvious the company tries its best to provide us with a number of exciting cars reinventing their sporty character. It is hard to find any point in Ford history when they had…

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Turkmenistan President Bans Black Cars

Turkmenistan, a small country in Central Asia, has officially outlawed drivers in the capital city of Ashgabat from owning black vehicles. It is still unclear as to why the laws were changed, or why no one was really told about it. Unfortunate owners of dark colored vehicles simply found that their vehicles were missing, and…

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Amazon Alexa Joining Forces with Toyota and BMW

Your car just joined the cloud. Select 2018 Toyota models will now feature Amazon’s Alexa. The new option will link with other Alexa devices in an owner’s home, as well as link up with other smart-home devices. While it seems the first 2018 models will be test dummies for the system, a wider selection of…

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Carroll Shelby’s Personal GT350H Headed To Auction

Countless cars go to auction every year in the US but few draw attention like this one will. Carroll Shelby's personal 1966 Mustang GT350H Fastback is hitting the block in Scottsdale Arizona at Bonhams. The best part is that there is no reserve so this one will truly go to the highest bidder. Coming from…

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A Small New Jersey Town Moves To Fine All Non-Resident Drivers

I hope you aren't planning a trip that includes passing through or stopping in Leonia, New Jersey. The small town has moved to hit all drivers who don't live in the city with a non negotiable $200 fine. All of this spawns from repairs to the George Washington Bridge that deadlocked Leonia with traffic. Emergency…

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The Hilarity Over Oregon Self-Serve Gas Pumping Continues

There's something just delightful about seeing the fire that self serve gas pumps have lit in Oregon. Here we are about a week into legal do it yourself refueling and the comedy continues. It seems that the state has been full serve for so long that people well into their adult years just have no…

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Mexico Flips The Script By Limiting Car Imports From U.S.

The news has been all over President Trump wanting automakers to produce in America instead of Mexico. This move puts strain on economic relations between the two countries and tensions are rising. This is why Mexican lawmakers are moving to drastically reduce US used car imports. The intention is to boost domestic sales and protect…

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To Catch A Dirtbag: Arsonists Lights Up Porsche Cayenne In Toronto Driveway [VIDEO]

There are better ways to ring in the New Year than to set someone's Porsche Cayenne on fire in their driveway. Unfortunately, it seems like nobody told this fool in Toronto who did just that. The owners of the vehicle captured video of the arsonist thanks to a well placed security camera. Toronto, as with…

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Barrett-Jackson Charity Auction Will Feature First 2019 Corvette and First 2017 Ford GT

The famous Barret-Jackson Auction gets to add two more legendary rides to their long list of successful transactions. Both the brand new 2019 Chevrolet Corvette and the first current model of 2017 Ford GT will be bid on in the name of charity. This year’s “Driven Hearts” benefit auction goes out to several different organizations,…

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FCA recalls millions of transmissions for problems that keep popping up

What is it with Fiat Chrysler Autos (FCA) and its transmissions? Since 2015, FCA has recalled nearly 4 million vehicles – trucks, cars, SUVs – for transmission problems.  In the last couple of weeks, in fact, FCA has recalled more than 2.3 million cars for tranny issues alone. Since 2016, the number of transmission calls…

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GM and HSV Are Bringing Great Vehicles to the Australian Market

It feels like just yesterday the news came out about GM stopping Australian production. This news sees the end to all sorts of great Aussie versions of some favorite vehicles. Since then, only Holden rebadged versions of boring vehicles have been rolling out. The likes of the Astra and Trax come to mind right away.…

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If You Let Your Tesla Drive Instead Of You, This UK Company Will Discount Your Insurance

This news could change your perception of the world of tomorrow and ensure you that accepting self-driving machines could be easier and faster than ever thought before. How? By discounting car insurance for drivers (well, passengers) who use self-driving features instead of actually driving the car. A UK insurance company offered insurance discounts for those…

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Revealed – Spyker C8 Aileron LM85 – A Special Edition Dutch Car To Seal An Era

Spyker has been in the news since 1999 when the modern incarnation of the company actually started building new cars. Unfortunately for them, we've read more about their financial troubles than about their cars. Yet, every now and then they release something exceptional – both in an artistic and a technological sense. The C8 Aileron…

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David Monjazeb Jailed for Insurance Fraud

Man Arrested for Insurance Fraud After Colliding with 22 Vehicles Over 5 Years

We all probably know one of those guys that’s a hustler and always seems to make money (hardly in a legit manner), but that never knows when to quit while they’re ahead.  Well, today’s a day to celebrate one of these scammers whose luck finally ran out!  A man in Salt Lake City has been…

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EarthRoamer XV-HD

The Peak of Luxury Off-Road Camping: The EarthRoamer XV-HD

When most people take to the road for a mobile home camping trip, it's usually with a tow behind. Large and unwieldy RVs keep you from going to more exotic and interesting places. The EarthRoamer XV-HD looks to buck that trend with an all in one design. Built from the ground up to tackle off-road…

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The Saleen S7 Makes a 1,300 HP Comeback with Le Mans Edition

The Saleen S7 was very likely America's all-time most iconic supercar. The long, low body and angular, futuristic design is unforgettable, and with a 550 hp 7.0 L naturally-aspirated V8 under the hood, performance was unmistakable. While the naturally aspirated S7 was produced until 2005, its twin-turbo successor made it until 2009 before discontinuation. Now,…

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