Automotive

Concours at Copshaholm happening Saturday in South Bend


NC man shares mileage milestone: Honda Accord hits 1 million miles


Amazing-condition 1966 Ford Mustang hits the sales floor in Niles


How to protect your car from pothole damage


St. Joseph County approves first step in tax abatement process for SF Motors


CEO Musk: Tesla hits weekly goal of making 5,000 Models 3s


2018 Spring Hall of Fame RV Show kicks off after record-breaking year


2018 Ford Escape fails passenger-side safety test


Lawmakers laying guidelines to bring self-driving vehicles into everyday life


Statewide average gas prices in Michigan up 16 cents


Michigan car owners paying more for catastrophic claim fee


Toyota truck and Harley-Davidson motorcycle recalls


Investigation of Hyundai and Kia recalls by US goverment


Car owners of faulty Takata airbags entitled to compensation


Indiana Toll Road rates could go up for transponder users


GM to hire back a portion of the employees they laid off


Gas prices predicted to rise even higher headed into spring


Ford recalls over 36K cars due to new Takata airbag malfunction


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