After a plunge in gas prices, Americans are expected to hit the highways in larger numbers this Memorial Day.
Cars cost an average of $8,000 a year. Here's how to live a car-free existence.
Gas prices are sure to be lower than last summer. But by how much?
Thousands of Chrysler and GM dealerships are closing. That could mean huge deals on new cars.
In an effort to cut costs, both GM and Chrysler will not renew their contracts with nearly 2,000 car dealerships nationwide.
Fiat expects to take a big stake in Chrysler. How will that affect you?
The government wants you to buy new cars, and is offering tax breaks to get you to the dealership.
Auto loan rates are down, with plenty of deals out there under 5%.
As gas prices creep up from their winter lows, there are some shopping strategies and new technologies that can help you save on fuel costs.
A House committee chairman said that he wants Congress to enact a mileage-based tax on cars and trucks.