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Auto Industry Working to Improve Self-Driving Cars

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If you’ve shopped for a car recently, then you’ve certainly heard all about the various types of impressive technology that companies are working on and developing. While a lot of it is found inside the cabin, like massive screens that wrap across the dashboard, Head-Up Displays that project information onto the windshield, and sound systems with dozens of speakers,...

Lansford Hastings Edition of the Chevy Blazer to Arrive Soon

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While special editions of popular automobiles are certainly nothing new, Chevy recently announced a new version of the Blazer that’s set to arrive at several Chevrolet Cincinnati, OH dealerships. While some fans of the Blazer, which has been in production since 1969, are interested and intrigued with the concept of a new version, others are rather bewildered and even...

Auto Industry Thankful for Gun Manufacturers

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For years now, decades really, the auto industry has had a dirty little not-so-secret: they’re the best around at killing children. You might not realize this, as they do everything they can to soften the blow, but based on all available research, cars have been killing kids with relentless and remorseless enthusiasm for as long as anyone can remember....

Chevy Introduces Three New Special Editions

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As spring moves toward summer, several things inevitably happen: the days grow longer, the air sparkles with warmth and radiance, and car companies look for ways to make people excited about their vehicles before introducing the next model year. That means we get all kinds of updates and new options to enjoy as every manufacturer does what it can...

Tesla Innovates Once Again

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In case you haven’t been paying attention, Covid is still going strong and creating problems for businesses—and also killing people—throughout much of the world. China, in particular, has recently been hit with renewed surges in case numbers, which prompted harsh regulations and shutdowns to try to get things under control. Human toll aside, hit hardest by these new demands...

Special Services for Your Ram Truck

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Many people think that one truck is just as good as another: those people are dumb and have dumb ideas because clearly, some pickups are superior to others. Since I’m writing about Ram trucks today, I’ll say that Ram is the best option, and I’ll stick by that until I need to write about a different brand. What really...

As Home Prices Soar, Many See Cars As A Better Option

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As real estate prices continue to rise, a younger generation of would-be homeowners is feeling left out. The average cost of a home in the U.S. skyrocketed by almost 20 percent last year, the third-highest monthly increase in the past 35 years. This unprecedented price hike has led some millennials to seek more creative methods of hauling themselves up...

Sushi and Porn: One Dealers Inventive New Way of Buying Back Used Hondas

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ROCHESTER, NY - Owing to a lack of inventory, a local Certified Pre-Owned Honda dealer is offering a slew of unusual incentives to get people to sell their cars back to him so that he can sell them to other people. Mr. Hirohito Yamamoto, age 106 (but looks like he’s 53), explained his reasoning. “Honda just makes too good a...

Vote NO on Tacoma World!

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TACOMA, WA - This is a PSA published on behalf of your local Tacoma Volkswagen dealer. Please be advised that the views expressed herein do not reflect the opinions or values held by this esteemed, completely, super serious, ultra-trusted news organization. You have been warned. Dear Fellow Tacoma Residents, We urge you, upon pain of death, to oppose the coming vote...

Thousands of Fiery Cars Float Adrift

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Writing about the auto industry is hard work. There are dozens of different makes and models to try to keep track of—not to mention yearly updates, all-new models being released, and major changes for new generations. I have to remember all of these things in order to do my job providing the kind of trustworthy information and hard-hitting journalism...

Biden Continues to Screw Us at the Pump

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Well, friends, ol’ Sleepy Joe is at it again, and you and I are the ones feeling the heat as gas prices go up, the auto industry falls apart, and our bank accounts dwindle. This is something you’ll see at the fuel pump, of course, but it’s going even further, and now Biden and his administration are infiltrating our...

The King Spotted at King of Prussia Kia Dealership

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King of Prussia, PA—It was last Thursday at Worthington Kia, a local Kia dealer, where a sighting of Elvis Presley was reported. While reports of the singer have been plentiful since his untimely passing in 1977, this might be the first time that the King of Rock and Roll was spotted at a car dealership, ironically in a city...

Emo Teen Deeply Traumatized That the Word “Chrysler” Has Nothing to Do With Shedding Tears

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It was a normal business day at Casper Chrysler. The lot opened up at its normal time, and the new shipment of 2022 Chrysler 300 models arrived to be placed on display in the hopes that consumers would be eager to test drive the new luxury automobile. Then, there was a disturbance in the front office that shook everyone...

Shady Car Salesman Offers Masterclass in Ripping Off Unsuspecting Buyers

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“There’s a sucker born every minute.” While this phrase was coined well over a century ago, its spirit is alive and well in a masterclass being offered by Michael “Honest Mikey” Christopher. In an age where people can purchase cars from the comfort of their own home and manufacturers are subverting the world of shady businessmen with competitive Certified...

High Gas Prices Upend Trade-In Values

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Each year millions of drivers trade in an older vehicle to finance their next purchase. It’s a useful system, allowing drivers to make room in their budget––and garage––for a new vehicle, but the process has been turned on its head as of late. Trade-in values reached an all-time high during the last few years as supply chain issues, and...

Stop Believing the Lies

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Did your car fall out of line again? I’m not surprised. It seems that everywhere you look these days, you’ve got cars going all over the road, and I, for one, am sick of it. But have you ever stopped and thought, “why?” Why are so many cars having alignment issues? What’s the greater issue at the root of...

Return to Office Delayed as Workers Can’t Find Their Cars

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Working from home has become the new normal as of late, but as employees are encouraged to head back into the office, some are having a hard time actually getting there. It’s not the accelerated morning routine or rush hour traffic that has workers stymied, but rather, something much more practical: they can’t remember where they parked their cars....

Composer of Annoying Car Dealership Ad Jingles to Be Honored by Industry

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You might not know his name, but Tobias “earworm” Worthington has been a musical mainstay in the local area and an integral reason why nearby car dealerships are known to area residents. Worthington isn’t a star athlete, nor has he held any local political office—and he normally wouldn’t be mentioned in any conversation about the music industry, but his...

With Chips in Short Supply, Auto Industry Continues to Innovate

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Friends, as I’m sure you already know, the infamous microchip shortage continues to march on into its second year. Despite the fact that some auto industry leaders assured us a year ago that it would pretty much blow over by the end of the year, we’re still watching car manufacturers try to figure out how to deal with this...

Power Wheels Offers Consumers Viable and Economic Options

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Economic hardships have long been a tumultuous ordeal for the average consumer—especially when it comes to finding a reliable method of transportation that’s reasonably priced. With demand higher than ever—and a microchip shortage, finding used cars under $10k becomes comparable to finding a needle in the proverbial haystack. However, a solution has presented itself in a product that’s been with...