Posts Categorized: Automobiles

Cars Continue to Go Green in 2017

In recent years, hybrids and electrical vehicles have become a major focus of the automotive industry. According to Green Car Reports, over half a million carbon-cutting hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and full electric vehicles were sold in the United States. The automotive industry is going green as consumers demand cars that are environmentally focused. The American… Read more »

Collectible Car Options for 2017

Many people collect cars as a hobby and many collectible cars date back several decades.  However, different cars become ideal each year for car collectors. Most cars become discontinued and are never worth the time, effort, and money of a professional car collector. However, with each year, some cars are labeled as cars that could… Read more »

Ford Puts Faith and Cash into Self-Driving Cars

We have written several posts about the concept of self-driving cars and how they will absolutely become reality in the near future. In fact, Ford recently invested one billion dollars due to their unwavering faith in the heavily anticipated self-driving car future. This past Friday, Ford announced that they are going to invest five billion… Read more »

Purchasing the Car You Need

For many Americans, car shopping is about finding the car that best suits your family and lifestyle. Most families look to purchase cars with solid safety ratings, plenty of room for the little ones, good gas mileage, and so forth.   Forbes recently highlighted the most practical cars and crossovers for 2017 and we’ve highlighted… Read more »

Classic Cars Comeback

For many people, collecting classic cars is a hobby. In recent years, people have seemed to be collecting classic cars less frequently and the classic car market seemed to be suffering. However, car collectors are starting to see that the market is improving. In Scottsdale, AZ, the most recent classic car auction earned $260 million…. Read more »

Taxi’s Face Trouble in the U.S.

With services such as Uber and Lyft rapidly expanding, the traditional yellow taxi cab has been suffering.  The yellow taxi has been a staple for decades in cities such as Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco. However, the bright yellow cars could soon fade away. NYC Sees Significant Decline In New York City,… Read more »

Headlights Now a Focus of Car Safety

If you asked people that recently purchased a car what they were looking for during the hunt for their new vehicle, a top safety rating likely played a major role. People are constantly seeking safer cars and manufacturers are being held to higher standards of safety with each passing year. In fact, even the headlights… Read more »

Major Cities Are Banning Diesel Cars

Several major European cities are banning diesel vehicles. The cities that have agreed to this include Paris, Madrid, Athens, and Mexico City. These four cities are among 40 international cities that have vowed to do their part to eliminate climate change. Banning diesel vehicles is a direct result of their public commitment. These cities all… Read more »

New Technology Keeps Eyes on the Road

Distracted Driving

From switching the radio station to adjusting the temperature of the car, many of us are not always as focused as we should be when driving. Cars now come equipped with a tremendous amount of technology but that technology can prevent us from focusing on the road. However, new technology was recently developed that is… Read more »

Americans are Doing Whatever They Can to Keep Their Cars

Car Upkeep

The average American cannot afford to replace their car frequently. In recent years, the majority of Americans are purchasing cars that they believe will last long-term. In fact, holding onto your car long-term has become a trend in the United States especially over the past year. The estimated lifespan of a car has reached about… Read more »

T-Mobile Earns a Role in the Connected Car Market

WiFi Hotspots In Cars

Technology has played a huge role in the development of cars. From movie screens that descend out of the ceiling to sending texts without our hands, technology has changed what we expect our cars to do. T-Mobile recently developed new car-focused technology in an attempt to establish themselves within the connected car market. Many phone… Read more »

Cars May Eventually Monitor Your Health

Technology has changed many of the items we use every day including phones, watches, computers, and cars. From watches that tell us our heart rate to bracelets that monitor our every step, monitoring our health has become a focus of changing technology. Our cars may eventually monitor our health as well and the majority of… Read more »