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Ever see the rows of German luxury cars lining the streets in D.C. and wonder how all those people can afford them? As it turns out, Washington-area residents have a lot more money to spend on their cars than people do in any other major U.S. city.
Two floors full of 700 new and shiny vehicles are on display at the Washington Auto Show at the Washington Convention Center.
Cars have many more safety features today, like air bags and air pressure monitors, but the push continues to install rear-view mirror cameras to help minimize the dangerous blind spot.
Looking for brighter, more optimistic skies in 2013? Some high-priced items will become cheaper in the new year.
Automakers anxious to move inventory are offering cash-back rebates, super financing discounts and special lease deals.
The Federal Trade Commission wants details about any warranty that comes with a used car to be displayed on its "buyer's guide" sticker.
Seventy six percent of car owners say in-car connectivity technologies are too distracting -- and even dangerous, according to a Harris poll.
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When Google vice president Sebastian Thrun announced in 2010 that the company had self- driving cars that successfully logged 140,000 miles without incident, the idea was shocking.
Do you have a spare tire? No, we are not talking about your waist, we are talking about what's in your car's trunk. Before you set off on a winter driving trip, you may want to take a look in the trunk and see how your vehicle is equipped.
Cars haven't quite reached the technology of the Jetsons yet, but there's no doubt they are getting smarter.
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