Strong results for March were helped in part by a recovering housing industry and its need for new trucks.
Experts have yet to say whether the Internet-enabled eyewear presents a hazard to drivers, but at least one state thinks it could be a bad combination.
Vehicle repossessions have plunged by more than a third as frugal car buyers and a stronger economy help keep the tow trucks at bay.
The Golden State's geography isolates it from most domestic oil and gas supplies. But growing shipments via rail might change that.
Watch out, Tesla Motors. A new company says it can start making a 2-seat electric roadster by this fall.
The oil giant says even as output soars, greater fuel efficiency will drop usage 5% and carbon emissions 25% by 2040.
High fuel costs caused us to pay more at the pump in February and cut back just about everywhere else.
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