Ford Motor Company is showing off new technology in Louisville that allows cars to communicate with each other. The technology would help prevent some 80 percent of all light-vehicle crashes, according to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report. Ford demonstrated its research project in the parking lot at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. The cars… Continue reading Ford Motors Unveils Accident Prevention Technology
Toyota is recalling many models of the Prius hybrid due to possible braking issues. The move follows a recall of several other models over accelerator problems. But an area dealer says the automaker’s problems are being unfairly exaggerated.
The federal government’s Cash for Clunkers program begins Friday, but some customers and dealers aren’t clear on how the program works.
Well, mostly. We did have air quality alerts here on Thursday and today (Friday), caused essentially by too many cars on the roads and high temperatures.
But on Capitol Hill, administrators and legislators alike made progress on curbing the kinds of emissions that can lead to those alerts.
A local General Motors and Chrysler dealer says he and his fellow car sellers will persevere, even those who are losing their franchises with the automakers.
About 10 minutes after I left the dealership in my new car Thursday, my cell phone rang. It was a private number.
Louisville Metro Government and the Fraternal Order of Police are awaiting a ruling from the Kentucky Labor Cabinet in their dispute over fees charged by the city for the use of take home cars.
Louisville Metro Government has again been dealt a legal setback in its effort to collect higher fees for city take home vehicles.
Next month the Kentucky Labor Cabinet will be asked to determine if Louisville Metro Government can charge police officers and other employees for the use of their take-home vehicles. But a decision this week could let the city collect the fees in the meantime.
A Jefferson circuit judge is scheduled to hold a hearing today on an injunction request filed by the local Fraternal Order of Police. The FOP wants to stop the city from raising the fees for take-home cars.