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    From One Second to the Next Tells Stories of Texting Victims

    In May, we learned that AT&T was expanding its “It Can Wait” program, an advocacy campaign trying to put a stop to texting while driving, with Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and hundreds of other organizations joining in. Part of the campaign this year was 30-second spots featuring lives of people who have somehow been impacted by […]

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    2014 Ford Fiesta Takes a Spin Around the Jersey Shore

    After lots of success in Europe, Ford first introduced the Fiesta to the U.S. back in 2010. Since then the Fiesta has risen amongst the car ranks to become the top non-hybrid conquest vehicle for Ford and the best selling subcompact car globally. Three years later, the Fiesta has been refined and updated to be […]

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    Lexus IS Gets Instagram Video Love

    Lexus is proud of their 2014 Lexus IS. How proud? Proud enough to Instagram it not once, but 360 times. Lexus used Instagram’s #WorldwideInstameet to summon 212 Instagrammers from all over the world to Angels Stadium in Anaheim, where they found a test track and a 2014 Lexus IS. There, they took an Instagram video, […]

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    Corvette Stingray Gets Kid-Sized

    Time to give your kid a head start on having a sweeter ride than everyone else – the brand new 2014 Corvette Stingray is being shrunk down into a Power Wheels version for the pre-car (and maybe even pre-bicycle) ages.

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    2014 Chevy Spark EV First to Integrate Siri [Video]

    The 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV packs a lot in for such a compact electric vehicle. From the inside to the outside, the Spark EV is looking to wow passerby’s and drivers alike. One of the stand-out features of the Spark EV is the robust Chevrolet MyLink system, and this time it’s back and better than […]

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    2014 Lexus IS Preview

      Lexus has revamped the Lexus IS sport sedan for 2014, and we got to spend some time road testing the new third generation model. The Lexus IS is actually positioned as an introductory into the luxury segment, and is often a first time luxury car experience for drivers. It’s also unique because it’s a […]

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    2014 Chevrolet Impala Launch Works the Urban Lifestyle Crowd

    The Chevrolet Impala might be best known for being the law enforcement car of choice, but with the debut of the 2014 Impala, this is one car that’s not just for cops anymore. The 2014 Chevrolet Impala turns up the sex appeal with its continued sleek, yet muscular design that harks back to Chevy’s muscle […]

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    Hands-On with the Hyundai Santa Fe GLS and Limited

    Last fall, Hyundai released their beautiful new Santa Fe Sport 5-passenger Crossover CUV. This week they’re releasing their 6 and 7 passenger Santa Fe, the Limited and GLS. Hyundai gave us the opportunity to really put these vehicles to the test on the curvy and mountainy roads of San Diego and Julian, California. The 2013 […]

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    2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review

    The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport may not be the most exciting crossover on the market, but it is certainly one of the most functional. The Outlander Sport seats five and has enough cargo room for some solid Costco shopping. It handles on the road well too, especially when making sharp turns or making its way around […]

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    The Pedal Pub Gives New Meaning to Drinking and Driving

    Darkness surrounds you. The night chased everyone else into their beds a long time ago. Even the streetlights overhead struggle to stay awake, their light flitting in and out of existence, reducing the world to a succession of faded, grey snapshots. Then, you hear it. It starts out as a hum – maybe just a car. A […]

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    Ford2Go Brings Car Sharing to Germany

    During his speech at Mobile World Congress, Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford, hinted at something every major car manufacturer probably already knows – fewer people are going to be interested in buying cars in the future. There are plenty of reasons for that – increased urban congestion, lower-income people being priced out of the […]

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    Cadillac Ups the Ante on Safety Features

    Cadillac is looking to give drivers a little extra help in a few of their 2013 models, with everything from backing out of the driveway to chugging through miles of traffic. All of the new features are made possible by an extensive array of sensors, cameras, radars, and screens that are placed on the inside […]