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  • Toyota Rebuts Professor's Sudden-Acceleration Test Methods

     
    A recent demonstration of sudden acceleration in a Toyota vehicle conducted by a university professor is "highly unlikely to occur naturally and can only be contrived in a laboratory," Toyota said today. The automaker went on to say there isn't......
  • How Much Hyundai Tucson Do You Get for $18,995?

     
    The redesigned 2010 Hyundai Tucson has arrived to some decent fanfare and hot sales. The affordable crossover manages to shove its way into territory dominated by the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V with a combination of styling, utility and affordability........
  • Ford Gives Sync Internet Security Upgrade

     
    With Wi-Fi access coming to Ford???s Sync system for 2011, the automaker is thinking ahead in terms of web security. On-board connectivity brings with it the opportunity for hackers to access the car???s systems and information, just like they might......
  • Send a Tweet, Win a Jeep

     
    Normally we don???t cover promotional giveaways, but when you introduce Twitter into the equation, it becomes part of the ???social media is the new plutonium??? story. Thus, we report to you that Chrysler is offering to give away a brand-new......
  • Toyota Releases Runaway Prius Findings

     
    Toyota held a news conference today in San Diego to dispute the story of Jim Sikes, the driver of the runaway Prius documented last week. Toyota???s engineers had a list of reasons why they couldn???t verify Sikes??? stories, which we......
  • Could Cosmic Rays Be to Blame for Sudden Acceleration?

     
    Here???s something we haven???t heard yet: Could radiation from space be linked to Toyota???s sudden-acceleration issues? It sounds like science fiction, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking it seriously. Before you laugh,...
  • Investigation Points to Driver Error in New York Prius Crash

     
    One of the two controversial Toyota Prius crashes earlier this month is now being attributed to driver error, according to the National Highway Traffic Administration. However, the information released by the agency was brief: ???Information retrieved...
  • Cars Hacked and Disabled in Texas

     
    More than 100 cars in Austin, Texas, were hacked and either disabled or had their car alarms go off, apparently the work of a former employee of a car dealership, police said. The vehicles were equipped with Pay Technologies immobilizers,......
  • Youth violence -- what's going on with our kids?

     
    South Florida doesn't have a monopoly on youth violence, but we seem to be sinking to disturbing depths lately. Last week's pummeling of Deerfield Beach Middle School student Josie Ratley, 15, is the most recent case that has shaken the......
  • Celebrity Apprentice: Who wants to be fired?

     
    Another week, another two hour episode begins.... and Bret is still whining. "A few members of the team are definitely shutting me out," he tells the camera. Wah! Who knew rock stars were such pout-y babies?We cut to Maria giving......
  • Fixed Cars May Have Different Driving Feel, Toyota Chief Warns

     
    Owners of recalled Toyota vehicles who had their cars fixed at a dealership may feel as if their cars drive slightly differently, according to Toyota division chief Bob Carter. In an interview with Drive On, Carter said that while this......