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5 Ways Tomorrow's Cities Will Kick Cars into the Background

06.05.2015

It's about time, in our humble opinions. Here's how new urban redesigns are giving pedestrians and cyclists the upper hand. 

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Automotive News for Friday, June 5

06.05.2015

Goodyear, Sumitomo to dissolve global tire alliance. Their goals were out of alignment, they grew tired of each other and there was finally a blowout. 

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What Happened to All the Dead Bugs?

06.04.2015

Bill has been driving for 50 years and he thinks he's seeing fewer and fewer dead bugs on his windshield. Car Talk explains, right here. 

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Auto News for Wednesday, June 3

06.03.2015

Takata replacement airbags may not work long-term, company “rapidly” switching to new propellant. 'Cause that's how you want a new explosive developed, in a frenzy.

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Today: Diagnose Those Dials

06.02.2015

Patricia's temperature and clock dials only work when the car is fully loaded. When the car is light and empty, neither works. Find out what Car Talk thinks may be happening, right here.

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5 Extra-Cool eBay Listings: Green Day's camper and Miss Hurst Golden Shifter

06.01.2015

Got a million burning a hole in your Paypal account? Good news! We've got some eBay deals for you.

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Auto News for Monday, June 1

06.01.2015

Airbag recalls continue with recalls from Subaru and GM. Takata to market Airbag Airbag to protect you from your airbag. 

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Today: Pets in Hot Cars

05.28.2015

Everybody knows not to leave a pet in a hot car, right? Right? But how hot is too hot? Our pet experts weigh in. 

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Auto News for Friday, May 29

05.28.2015

Saab rally legend Erik Carlsson passes away at 86. If he ever rolls over in his grave, it will be with speed and precision. More auto news from Car Talk, here.

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Car Insurance: Are We Getting the Discounts We Deserve?

05.27.2015

Drivers who mostly leave their cars in the garage aren't getting low-mileage rate cuts, despite statistics that show how how infrequently they get in accidents. Meanwhile, GM's OnStar teams up with Progressive to offer safe-driving savings... that's not without risks of its own. 

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