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Tampa Bay gas prices up six cents over the week

Tampa Bay gas prices up six cents over the week

Gas prices are inching up after weeks of decline. Florida pump prices averaged $2.53 per gallon Monday, up four cents over the week. Tampa Bay gas rose to $2.50 per gallon, up six cents over the week. National prices hit $2.55 per gallon, according t...
Updated one month ago
My First Car: 1931 Essex Coupe, Ron Chauncey, 72, Dunedin and North Bay, N.Y.

My First Car: 1931 Essex Coupe, Ron Chauncey, 72, Dunedin and North Bay, N.Y.

’31 Essex CoupeIn 1962 I paid $150 for a 1931 Essex Coupe with a rumble seat in Cato, N.Y. As the seventh owner it took me two years to upgrade and repair it for safe road operation. I installed a 1951 flathead Mercury engine with a 3-speed transmiss...
Published: 03/15/18
Updated: 04/24/18
The unexpected thing that happens inside Waymo’s self-driving minivans

The unexpected thing that happens inside Waymo’s self-driving minivans

It’s funny how quickly innovative technology becomes commonplace.One minute you’re anxiously awaiting your chance to become one of the first humans on Earth to ride inside a driverless car. The next minute, you’re yawning (literally) and falling asle...
Updated one month ago
Lawsuit says Windhaven Insurance doesn’t pay full auto benefits

Lawsuit says Windhaven Insurance doesn’t pay full auto benefits

A Miami man is suing Windhaven Insurance, a growing player in the auto insurance industry, saying the company regularly fails to cover its obligated full cost of a stolen or destroyed car. Doral-based Windhaven offers coverage in Tampa Bay. According...
Updated: 2 months ago
Ford and Miami to form test bed for self-driving cars

Ford and Miami to form test bed for self-driving cars

By DEE-ANN DURBINDETROIT — Ford Motor Co. is making Miami-Dade County its new test bed for self-driving vehicles. The automaker and its partners — Domino’s Pizza, ride-hailing company Lyft and delivery company Postmates — are starting pilot programs ...
Updated: 2 months ago
Yoshi — car maintenance that comes to you — launches in Tampa Bay

Yoshi — car maintenance that comes to you — launches in Tampa Bay

A California-based company that promises to bring limited on-site car maintenance directly to you — from an oil change to a fill-up — has picked Tampa Bay as its next pit stop."Anything that your car needs, we’re going to bring to you," said Nick Ale...
Updated: 2 months ago
AutoNation posts 44 percent growth in quarterly profits

AutoNation posts 44 percent growth in quarterly profits

AutoNation Inc., a Fort Lauderdale-based auto retailer, posted $152 million in net income for the last quarter of 2017, a 44 percent increase from the same period the year before. Its revenue for the quarter was $5.7 billion, up from $5.5 billion in ...
Updated: 3 months ago
Finding scarce parts can drive up the cost of flipping luxury cars

Finding scarce parts can drive up the cost of flipping luxury cars

BROOKSVILLE — When the tail light on Jack O’Donnell’s 2006 Cadillac broke, he requested the part from his dealer, but came up dry. After calling all the Cadillac dealers in the area, a tail light for his model was still nowhere to be found. The only ...
Updated: 3 months ago
Virginia-based CarLotz opens first store in Tampa, state

Virginia-based CarLotz opens first store in Tampa, state

TAMPA — CarLotz, a Virginia-based used car company, opened its Tampa location today — its first in the state. The company will hire between 15 and 20 employees for sales, reconditioning and administration. CarLotz’s 10,000-square-foot store is locate...
Updated: 3 months ago
German car makers backed studies exposing people and monkeys to toxic car exhaust

German car makers backed studies exposing people and monkeys to toxic car exhaust

BERLIN — When German car maker Volkswagen acknowledged last year that it was guilty of cheating on diesel emissions tests, the fallout cost the company over $25 billion. But the full extent of the company’s willingness to sideline ethics concerns to ...
Updated: 3 months ago