Kyle Lowell is having second thoughts about selling a mostly ethanol-based gasoline. More consumers at Lowell's Service Center in Collinsville have dropped E85, fuel with 85 percent ethanol blend, because the price of regular unleaded fuel has been plung
A national research competition, called AUTO21 TestDRIVE, showcased leading edge technologies and automotive knowledge developed in part by Canadian university graduate students. An eco-driving training program helped a University of Toronto student...
The government's auto safety agency formally demanded a national recall of Takata air bags that have injured dozens of people and killed at least four in the U.S., asking the supplier to file a written response by Tuesday.
Toyo Tire Holdings of Americas Inc. has announced a safety recall campaign on approximately 175,000 Toyo tires and Nitto brand tires intended for light trucks, SUVs and vans, including those used in commercial applications.
The company announced a long-term strategy to switch most, if not all, of its 450 cars, pickups and trucks to plug-in hybrid gas-electric vehicles, beginning with seven cars now, plus six pickups and 10 new bucket trucks in the next few weeks.
German automaker Audi is exploring an alternative fuel option to help car companies achieve reduced emissions: e-fuels. And it looks like the company is making strides toward developing it into a viable solution.
On Wednesday, Nov. 12, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and the Association of Global Automakers released "Consumer Privacy Protection Principles," which are intended to provide car owners with a set of principles regarding the sharing of the...
Greensboro-based Epes Transport System just bought five tractors for its rigs that run solely on natural gas. The company is part of an N.C. State program that gives grants to companies and communities that want to operate their vehicles with clean fuel.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's Air Maintenance Technology (AMT) for commercial vehicles will begin testing on U.S. trucking fleets in the next few months, as part of a research project supported by the Department of Energys (DOE).