Tag: USA

The Very First 24-Cylinder, 4,000-HP Tecomar Lamborghini 63 Superyacht Lands In America

Prestige Marine has announced that the very first Lamborghini 63 Superyacht built by Tecnomar is now docked in Miami. A tribute to Lamborghini, the powerboat is one of just 63 that will ever be built. Commissioned at Italian Sea Group’s state-of-the-art production facility near Sant’Agatha Bolognese, which Lamborghini calls home, the yacht was designed especially […]

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Federal Agency Calls For Alcohol Detection And Speed Adaptation Systems On New Cars

Citing a fatal New Year’s Day crash that killed nine people, including seven children, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has called for alcohol impairment detection systems to become standard equipment on new vehicles. According to the federal agency, the crash that occurred in 2021 was caused by an impaired driver who was speeding. NTSB […]

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Inflated U.S. Vehicle Prices Have Led To Some Popular Cars Selling For More Used Than New

Certain high-profile vehicles (often well north of $100k) tend to hold their value very well, and some even become appreciating assets. But what if we told you that this was happening to the humble Toyota RAV4 as well? According to a recent study from insurance savings company Jerry, certain everyday vehicles have become so popular […]

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Luckily There Was A Dent Guy Around, Should Be Fixed In An Hour

Three vehicles were involved in a bizarre accident on Reservoir Avenue in Cranston, Rhode Island, on Thursday, September 15. Four people were injured in the incident and sent to hospital. Three were released shortly after arriving and being treated, according to WJAR NBC 10, but one person remained in hospital with a broken leg. The […]

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Over A Dozen New Ford Mustangs And Jeep Wagoneers Stolen From Michigan Assembly Plants On The Same Day

Car thieves went on a rampage this Tuesday in Michigan, as 12-15 new Ford Mustangs were stored from Flat Rock Assembly Plant, and two Jeep Wagoneers were stolen from Stellantis’ Warren plant. The two factories are located within 30 miles of each other, and the incidents occurred around the same time in the early morning […]

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What’s A Renter To Do? At-Home Chargers Still Just Out Of Reach For A Third Of Americans

As electric vehicles slowly become more and more accepted by the mainstream, a significant portion of the population will continue to face difficulties when it comes to charging. Renters and condo-dwellers may be denied one of EV ownership’s greatest advantages: at-home charging. Home equipment accounts for 84 percent of all EV charging across the U.S., […]

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