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Shift Start-Up Helps You Sell Your Old Car & Find A New One: Are Used Car Dealers Doomed?

Shift Start-Up Helps You Sell Your Old Car & Find A New One: Are Used Car Dealers Doomed?

Getting rid of a car is rarely fun or easy. Generally speaking, you're left with two options: sell it yourself, or trade it in at a dealership. Neither is ideal. Trading in a vehicle is simpler, though you'll lose a bit of dough in the process. (The transaction has to leave enough margin for the... read more

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Car thief

Vehicle Theft Down But California Has 8 Of Top 10 Hot Spots, Report

The good news is that vehicle theft is down for the seventh consecutive year. The bad news – if you live in California – is that the state holds an unenviable... read more June 21, 2011 by 0


 
BMW ActiveE

BMW ActiveE: Important Proving Ground For BMW’s First All-Electric Vehicle, The i3

BMW, eager to get in the electric-car arena, announced this week in New York that it will lease 700 of its BMW ActiveE cars beginning this fall in select markets for a $499... read more April 20, 2011 by 0


 
All-new 2012 Ford Focus Electric

Electric Cars Lead Cities To Amp Up

Better get ready for electric vehicles – if you want to stay with the times. That seems to be the message that some two dozen U.S. cities have gotten and are responding... read more April 15, 2011 by 0


 
Traffic Jam

Tale of 10 Cities: Worst Traffic Congestion In U.S.

Stewing and fuming, stuck in gridlock on American highways and wondering if there’s any way out of this mess? If you’re in the top 10 U.S. cities for traffic... read more March 29, 2011 by 2


 
policeman reaching into car

SFPD To Go Lightly On Drivers Without Licenses, Ruckus Ensues

Many police departments around the U.S. impound the cars of drivers caught behind the wheel without a license. But starting Sunday, San Francisco plans to abolish that... read more October 29, 2009 by 2


 
Parking Meter

Coming Soon To A Parking Spot Near You: Market Pricing?

A number of cities large and small are coming around to think of public parking spaces not as a subsidized right but a privilege worth a fee—more specifically, a sliding... read more October 15, 2009 by 4


 

 
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