Model T Tour And Car Show Coming To Butler CountyJack Cohen, the president of tourism in Butler County, stops by to preview the Model T Tour and Car Show.
Uber Eliminates 100 Positions, Many In PittsburghUber laid off 100 self-driving car operators, the majority of which were based in Pittsburgh; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Vintage Grand Prix Weekend In PittsburghIt's Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix weekend!
Digital License Plates Could Track Your Car’s Every MoveNew digital license plates are now hitting the streets in California; KDKA's Susan Koeppen reports.
New Questions Emerge In White Oak Car Wash CrashThere are new questions about what caused a crash at a car wash in White Oak, KDKA's Brenda Waters reports.
Allegheny Co. Has Second Highest Number Of Distracted Driving Citations In Pa.Allegheny County has some of the most distracted drivers in the entire state, according to new statistics; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Study: Allegheny Co. Has High Number Of Distracted DriversAllegheny County has some of the most distracted drivers in the entire state, according to new statistics; KDKA's Meghan Schilller reports.
Mayor Peduto Addresses Concerns About Uber's Driverless VehiclesMayor Bill Peduto is weighing in on concerns about Uber's driverless vehicles following a fatal accident in Arizona; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Uber Teaming With Duquesne Light To Promote Electric VehiclesLocally, Uber is teaming up with Duquesne Light to promote more electric vehicles; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Get Marty: Simple Oil Change Turns To NightmareWhat started as a simple, quick oil change turned into a nightmare that dragged on for weeks; KDKA's Marty Griffin reports.
Japan Trade Ministry Checks Subaru For Faulty InspectionsJapan's ministry of land and transport says it has sent officials to investigate two factories of the automaker Subaru.
Pathway To Autonomy Day Celebrated In Pittsburgh-AreaTuesday was officially declared Pathway to Autonomy Day in Pittsburgh; KDKA's David Highfield reports.
Gasoline Prices Expected To Increase Due To HarveyGasoline prices are going up and there's one obvious explanation -- a devastating, long-lasting storm in Texas; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
New Service Will Negotiate Price Of New Car For YouA new service has full-time experts to negotiate with car dealerships for you.
Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Racing Back Into TownDan DelBianco, of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, stops by to talk more about this year's event and what charities it will benefit.
High-Pressure Extended Auto Warranties Could Cost ThousandsCar owners beware. A phone call selling you an extended warranty for auto repairs may end up costing you thousands; CBS's Pam Zeckman reports.
Pa. Senator Wants To Lift Law Banning Sunday Automobile SalesOnce upon a time, “blue laws” in Pennsylvania prohibited merchandise from being sold on Sunday; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Consumer Reports: Avoid Being Stranded With No Spare TireMore than one-third of cars sold from model year 2015 don’t have a spare tire, according to a AAA analysis; KDKA's Susan Koeppen reports.
No More Registration Stickers For Pa. Drivers, New License Plate ComingThe days of attaching registration stickers to the corner of your Pennsylvania license plate are numbered; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Does It Really Do That? Fast Brite Lens RestoreDoes your car have headlights that look cloudy or foggy? KDKA's Sarah Arbogast reports.
Finding The Right GPS System For Your NeedsYou probably wish your morning commute had no delays and no traffic, just a straight shot to the office; KDKA's Lynne Hayes-Freeland reports.
Company Considers Building Car Vending Machine In PittsburghThe company that built a vending machine filled with cars in Nashville is considering building another in Pittsburgh; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Slingshot Roadster Getting Lots Of Attention On Pittsburgh RoadsThe owner of Snow's Polaris says the new Slingshot Roadster is a great combination; KDKA's Dave Crawley reports.
AAA Study Finds Drivers Are Wasting Money On Premium GasThe old adage is that you get what you pay for. For millions of Americans, they assume the same is true for the gasoline they pump into their cars. But a new study says you may just be blowing money out your tailpipe; KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.