“I was coming home about five in the afternoon and a drunk driver drove into my lane.” – Michelle and her Honda Accord
“I have a little button to turn on 20 different colored LED lights.” – Angelina and her Nissan Cube
“After surviving two accidents, I refer to my truck as Ironman.” – Thomas and his Izuzu Truck
“The third day I had my truck, I wrecked it!” – Matthew and his Dodge Dakota Ultra
“I used to work at this diner as a teenager!” – Wade and his Harley Davidson
“I hope my children get to drive this car.” – Emily and her Mini Cooper
“I got my car two weeks before I adopted my daughter and they were both life-changing events.” – Nonie and her Toyota Prius
“My car is my home away from home.” – Peter and his Toyota Scion
Several vehicles were damaged along a street in Millvale when paint was poured and smeared all over them during the overnight hours.
“Other cars may be newer or better looking, but I like this one because it’s mine.” – Ashley and her Chevrolet Cavalier
Bigger cars get better insurance rates, and small economy cars can cost hundreds more. That’s the word from Jennifer Waters’ Consumer Reporter at Marketwatch.com Friday.
The biggest cost with owning a car isn’t fuel or repairs, it’s depreciation.
The Pittsburgh Chapter of Clean Cities is working to educate consumers about the different ways to fuel vehicles by bringing together providers, manufacturers and educators for an alternative fuel show-and-tell.
From all over the country, people are arriving this weekend for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix at Schenley Park. But drivers and spectators alike are going to have to deal with an unusually hot weekend.
By Mary Davis The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is definitely an event worth the yearlong wait. Now in its 29th year, the PVGP is America’s largest vintage racing event. It’s also the only race that […]