Vinnie Richichi talks about what’s new from the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Here’s a recap of Monday’s KDKA Afternoon News.
For some motorists in the Pittsburgh area Monday night, winter driving was put to the test, especially before salt trucks began making their rounds.
Pennsylvania State Police will also be on-site along with information about teen driving.
A new report shows that motorcycle riders are much more likely to die in a crash than drivers.
Authorities say surveillance video could also be key in solving an early morning crime spree in Monroeville that left more than a dozen cars damaged.
Shaler Township Police are looking for witnesses who saw a man allegedly trying to enter several vehicles along Route 8.
“I didn’t know what kind of car to buy until this one smiled at me.” – Nikki and her Mazda3
Soon the days of traveling from one car dealership to another will be over. A start-up company in the area hopes to make buying a vehicle less of a headache and save you money at the same time.
“It’s what we like to call our lifestyle vehicle.” – Emma and her Toyota Forerunner
“I was five when I got my first dirt bik. I’ve been riding ever since.” – Zac and his custom-painted pro street chopper
“She’s a lot like me. She is cute, energetic and a lot of fun.” – Keara and her Kia Forte
A security guard said it sounded like a car accident, but when he came outside he saw bits of the façade on two cars and more on the ground.
“It’s been a good family car.” – Rhonda and her Chevrolet Equinox
“My car does not have very many fancy things.” – Kelly and her Jeep Compass