WASHINGTON — Winter storms move on, but the road salt and brine don’t go anywhere. Often, the mix loiters by clinging to vehicles, and that’s bad for your ride. “The [road brine] is wonderful when…
WASHINGTON — The Washington Auto Show opens up Friday at the D.C. Convention Center with more than 700 vehicles from 42 manufacturers. The show runs through Sunday, Feb. 1. The cars generating the most buzz are…
Regardless of the deals, don\’t buy a car without first driving down this list.
The 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 HD sees a big improvement in refinement, towing 17,000 pounds with a quiet cab and comfy seats.
NEDRA PICKLER Associated Press McLEAN, Va. (AP) — President Barack Obama said Tuesday he supports temporary measures to keep federal transportation aid flowing to the states and to keep construction crews on the job, while…
While median-income families around the country are having a difficult time paying for new cars and trucks, the one exception can be seen in the nation\’s capital, according to a new study.
The 5th Annual Car Show and Swap Meet opens this weekend and will benefit wounded servicemembers and their families in the D.C. area.
Cars do not get as much mileage as trucks and SUVs.
Cleaning up the snow and ice from local roadways over the past
week has left cars covered in salt and sand.
\”We\’re seeing an unprecedented number of calls,\” says John Townsend, a spokesman for AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Most people wouldn\’t take a baby or small child on a drive without a proper car seat. But what about the driver\’s seat?
The cold weather doesn\’t bring out the best in your car. At this time of year, AAA receives thousands of calls about flat tires.
Vandals shot out the windows of more than 60 vehicles over the past two nights in Fairfax County, police say.
There\’s more to a test drive than kicking the tires, honking the horn or turning on the radio. We turn to Edmunds.com for tips.
A new survey from the Transportation Planning Board\’s Commuter Connections program finds that while more people are teleworking and using mass transit, most still drive a car by themselves into work.