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Delaware Auto Show attracts car fans for different reasons

  The cars are parked just left of the entrance and are on display in a roped-off area. You can look, but cannot touch. They’re the finest and flashiest cars inside the Chase Center on the Wilmington. But no one is really there to buy a new Porsche or a Maserati on the spot. So, why do people go to auto shows? Turns ... Read More »

Six must-know car games for kids

I-Spy… is just one of many great car games you can play on family trips On the road with kids? Keep boredom at bay with these tried-and-tested car games, guaranteed to make family journeys fly by Every parent dreads the words “Are we there yet?” But there are other ways to occupy your children en route beyond I Spy. From car karaoke ... Read More »

Mercedes is building smarter headlights for its cars of the future

Roberto Baldwin / Engadget In a dark garage at the Mercedes-Benz headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, a flat gray S-Class illuminates a white screen at the end of long hall. The headlights blast on and while the light is bright, it’s not that impressive. Then Stefan Toepfer, electronic and software developer for exterior lighting taps on his tablet and a series of black ... Read More »

Target asking for your used car seats

Have an old car seat lying around? Target will gladly take it off your hands. The company is teaming up with TerraCycle to recycle used car seats, just in time for National Baby Safety Month. From now until September 23, most Target stores will accept car seats to be recycled. In return, guests will receive a 20 percent off coupon, ... Read More »

Honda’s Vision for Electric Cars Puts a Futuristic Spin on an Old Civic

Honda introduced the Urban Ev concept Tuesday at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The automaker plans to produce a production version of this car to sell in the European market by 2019. Courtesy of Honda Honda’s vision for the future, which it showed off at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday, is electric with a hint of the 1970s first generation Civic. ... Read More »

E-Bikes are the Newest Trend for the Super Rich

Aside from their health and environmental benefits, bikes are probably best known for being cost-effective methods of transportation. But that doesn’t mean that all bike owners are looking to cut transportation costs. In fact, a new group is now making an impact on the biking industry – the super rich. E-bikes are battery powered bicycles that have become popular in ... Read More »

New car sales in UK fall for fifth straight month

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Branded used car firms lobbying for lower GST rate

Used cars attract GST rate of 28% or 43% on gross margin depending on the fuel type and engine size, as is the case with new cars. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint Mumbai: Big Boy Toyz, a Gurugram-based firm that specializes in selling used super luxury cars such as Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bentleys, has put its expansion on hold because of a goods ... Read More »

Tata Motors Working On Alternative Plans For Nano

Leading automobile manufacturer Tata Motors is now working on alternative plans for its small car Nano whose sales have fallen making its production not a viable proposition, an official of the company said. Asked about the future of Nano, COO of Tata Motors Satish Borwankar said “going forward, alternative plans for Nano is being considered. Like the electric version of ... Read More »

Real road emissions tests for new car models from Friday

Volkswagen Group fitted software to diesel models which manipulated examinations by detecting when the vehicles were on a rolling road 27 August 2017 12:45AM New car models will have to pass real world driving emissions tests before being allowed on UK roads from Friday. The tougher rules are being brought in across the European Union as concern over the harmful ... Read More »