General Motors is recalling some 2012 Chevrolet Impala and Buick LaCrosse models to fix safety problems.
A new study debunks the idea that grandparents are unsafe drivers, noting that accident-related injuries are lower in children who are driven by grandparents than parents.
With the price of gasoline approaching $4 a gallon and the economy still in bad shape, Budget is hoping more deal-hungry vacationers want to rent cheaper vehicles — as long as they don't mind driving a billboard.
Novice riders and lax helmet laws in some states mean riding a motorcycle is not always the safest way to get around. Here are the 10 states with the best safety records.
President Obama announced plans to double the current fuel efficiency standards by 2025, but several cars on the market already meet or exceed these guidelines.
Thanks to the rising prices for used cars, you may be able to turn a nice profit on your leased car by selling it yourself rather than by trading it in.
Shopping online is getting so popular that people regularly make some major purchases like cars on the Net. Here's how to make sure you are doing it safely.
Your credit score can go a long way in determining what policy your insurer will offer. Here, our expert offers tips and advice to keep a lid on the damage.
The three culprits keeping the auto industry down: unemployment, a depressed housing market and tight credit. Don't expect them to change until 2016, says Edmunds.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 250,000 Ram pickups because a bad part in the steering system can cause drivers to lose control of the truck.