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  • California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws

    California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws
    The trade group for California’s new car dealers wants the state Department of Motor Vehicles to investigate Tesla Motors’ advertising practices, alleging that the upstart automaker is violating various state and federal laws in marketing...
  • Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class

    Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class
    A built-in vacuum cleaner is an option. But class-leading safety comes standard. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced Thursday that the 2014 Honda Odyssey minivan was the first vehicle in its segment to be named a Top Safety Pick Plus. ...
  • Making the best incentive deal: Don't show your cards

    Making the best incentive deal: Don't show your cards
    Car buying can be a confusing process in the best of times. You have to be even more careful when a load of incentives obscure what you're really getting. Don't just assume if a rebate or low-interest financing offer is enough to get you to buy that the...
  • Alfa Romeo to return to U.S. (finally) with all-new sports car

    Alfa Romeo to return to U.S. (finally) with all-new sports car
    After years of failed promises and delayed introductions, Alfa Romeo will officially return to the U.S. later this year with an all-new mid-engine sports car, the company announced Tuesday. The Alfa Romeo 4C will be the first of several Alfas to hit...
  • His stunts drive Web traffic

    His stunts drive Web traffic
    Race car driver Ken Block speeds down a narrow band of asphalt in his souped-up Ford Fiesta, careening through the "Back to the Future" set on Universal Studios' back lot. The speedometer flies toward 80. Block's eyes are fixed on the road as he...
  • It's Freebie Friday! Use our huge coupon list during tax-free weekend

    It's Freebie Friday! Use our huge coupon list during tax-free weekend
    It's Freebie Friday! This special, tax-free edition of my freebie-free-for-all is packed with retail coupons galore to stack on top of Florida's sales tax holiday, which runs through Sunday. The sales tax exemption applies to computers and related...
  • Truck boom helps domestic auto companies gain market share

    Truck boom helps domestic auto companies gain market share
    Trucks and American brands have dominated U.S. auto sales through the first half of this year. Ford’s F-Series truck remains the bestselling vehicle in America and will likely hold that top spot yet again this year after building a 125,000-vehicle...
  • Palm Beach County saw 5.47 million visitors in 2012, report shows

    Palm Beach County tourism officials said they expect the county this year to meet or beat its all-time peak of about 6 million visitors reached in 2005, a prediction buoyed by growth in hotel occupancy and upswings in room rates. "I think we're on track...
  • Senate throws extra projects into budget

    TALLAHASSEE -- With the Senate preparing to vote on its $74.3 billion budget tomorrow, lawmakers did some last minute shifts of dollars to fund a number of special projects. Here are a few of the new projects tucked into the budget: * $1.7 million for...
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: St. Pete mayoral contest, drinking hours and real estate

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Tuesday to you all. Here's what we're reading.   * The city of Orlando is delaying a plan to extend downtown drinking hours after bar and restaurant owners raised concerns, the Sentinel reports.   * A...
  • Florida consumers to get $54 million in health-insurance rebates

      Insurance companies will have to pay $54 million in rebates this summer to 614,245 Floridians, federal officials announced on Thursday. That’s $132 per family.  Officials hailed the news as another sign that the new Affordable Care Act is...