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Blue Bridge Traffic Is Too Fast! [PHOTOS] [POLL]

So once again I a making way to an appointment and yet there is another accident on the Blue Bridge. For years even with the fixes that they made a few years ago the traffic has still not improved

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2008 Chevy Malibu
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General Motors Recalling 474,000 Cars Due to Faulty Gearshift

General Motors announced Friday that it plans to recall nearly 474,000 of its Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles due to a serious issue that could result in the car rolling freely while in the park position.

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New Jersey Bans Smiling in Driver's License Photos
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New Jersey Won’t Let You Smile in Your Driver’s License Photo

Hoping to liven up your driver's license photo with a toothy grin? Not in New Jersey, you don't. In fact, the state's Motor Vehicle Commission has recently begun a crackdown on people who flash their pearly whites while being photographed.

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2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse
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What Are the Top Gas-Guzzling Vehicles on the Road?

As the days of buying cheap gasoline pass into the American history books, more and more of us are driving fuel-efficient vehicles as a means to combat those steadily rising gas prices.

That is, unless you happen to have enough money to not give three screaming squirts about how much gas prices go up

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Chevy Volts on assembly line
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GM Losing $49,000 for Each Chevy Volt With Taxpayers on the Hook

While General Motors (and the White House) are touting "record" sales of the electric hybrid Volt,   leading economic experts say it's racking up red ink.

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Federal Campaign started to prevent children being left in cars
ALEXANDRIA, VA - AUGUST 17: Reginald McKinnon wipes away tears after talking about his daughter's death from hyperthermia during a news conference to launch the "Look Before You Lock" campaign against leaving children inside parked cars. In 2010, McKinnon accidentially left his 17-month-old daughter in his car while he went to work and she died from hyperthermia. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Experts Say Technology Can’t Keep Parents From Leaving Children in Hot Vehicles

With the recent rash this summer of child and infant fatalities from being left in hot vehicles, numerous technology devices have come out claiming to help parents "remember."

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The new Dodge Charger being tested at Daytona 2012
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Dodge Leaving NASCAR Series at End of 2012 Season [POLL]

Sources close to NASCAR and Chrysler say the Charger is not far from leaving the NASCAR world.

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Black boxes coming to cars in 2015?
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‘Black Boxes’ May Be Coming to Your Car in the Future [POLL]

You've heard of black boxes in commercial airliners and other planes. The boxes track every move, every change of course, and are useful in finding out what happened when an airplane goes down. The Feds are thinking of putting them in your car.

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GM sales rise due to government purchases
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GM’s 16% Growth Fueled By Government Purchases

Before anyone gets too giddy about progress from the General Motors buyout,  consider the bulk of that came from government purchases of GM vehicles.

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2011 Bullrun Rally Winner
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Bullrun Rally Racers Busted For Driving 117 MPH In Eastern Oregon (SLIDE SHOW)

A group of drivers participating in a road rally were ticketed for speeds up to 117 mph in Eastern Oregon Tuesday.

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