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  • AAA: Gas Prices Could Increase in February

     
    Gas prices have continued to edge lower nationally, falling a little more than a penny the past week, but the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge warns that prices could begin to climb again in February. "This increase is likely to be......
  • Station sues Broward for its new law on advertising gas prices

    Station sues Broward for its new law on advertising gas prices
    A Fort Lauderdale station has filedĀ  a lawsuit against a new Broward ordinance that requires it and others to post on signs the highest price of gasoline or diesel offered. Spector Corp. that owns the Causeway BP atĀ 601 SE 17th St., said the ordinance...
  • Dodge Durango a grand sibling

    Dodge Durango a grand sibling
    The 2011 Dodge Durango and its sibling the Jeep Grand Cherokee have a lot in common but there are also some significant differences that could easily make the Durango a more appealing choice. Both are assembled in Detroit, share the same basic...
  • A Green Car for Every Driver

    A Green Car for Every Driver
    Not long ago, carmakers were touting hydrogen as the silver bullet for energy independence and environmental redemption. But massive roadblocks to building the hydrogen highway forced automakers to follow detours to other green technologies. Just as no...
  • Ways We're Using Less Oil

    Ways We're Using Less Oil
    Sure, the prices of crude oil -- and gasoline at the pump -- are through the roof, denting everyone’s pocketbook. TV pundits talk grimly about the nation’s overdependence on oil from politically shaky parts of the world, including the Middle...
  • Meeting fuel standards without losing brawn

    Meeting fuel standards without losing brawn
    Major automakers are scrambling to strip hundreds of pounds off future pickup trucks to meet new U.S. standards for fuel economy without sacrificing strength or towing capability. The new mandates take effect in 2016, giving automakers such as Ford and...
  • Car review: 2011 Dodge Durango

    Car review: 2011 Dodge Durango
    Numbers are inevitable when talking about cars. Whether it's dimensions, horsepower, wheel size or seat count, each category has a number attached to it -- and it's often used to trump a competitor. There's a number Dodge (and other makers of big...
  • Car review: 2011 Mercedes-Benz GL350

    Car review: 2011 Mercedes-Benz GL350
    Let's face it: If you're smitten by Mercedes' GL-Class full-size SUV, the recent run-up in prices at the pump probably rates somewhere between insignificant and unimportant in your car search. With seating for seven, the GL-Class is a big SUV -- and it...
  • What's the Most Affordable New Car?

    Used-car prices are going up, and gas prices remain high. That makes new small cars with good mileage even more attractive to car shoppers. However, low starting prices under $15,000 don't really translate to the transaction price most buyers face when...
  • Fly or drive – what's the better deal?

    Fly or drive – what's the better deal?
    Who would take a road trip when gasoline is hovering near $4 a gallon? Well, you might, especially if you're taking the family. Sometimes it's cheaper to drive. "Driving makes sense if you have three people traveling, heavy baggage or fragile sporting...
  • Obama's choice: Higher gas prices, weaker economy

    Obama's choice: Higher gas prices, weaker economy
    Campaigning for office, President Barack Obama promised to do something about high gas prices, but now he is denying he can do much about what Americans pay to drive. He is too modest. In September 2008, Steven Chu said to The Wall Street Journal:...