Some cars already have this safety device.
- Autoblog Staff
- Oct 31, 2016
Can actor Danny Trejo sell a car? Find out on this episode of Stars Selling Cars.
- Jason Marker
- Jun 13, 2016
A Grand Bend, ON man used a large rock to smash the window of a BMW to rescue a small dog sweltering to death within.
- Erin Marquis
- May 14, 2015
Police have released the 911 recording of a Massachusetts man who left his one-year-old daughter in the back of his car Wednesday while on his way to work.
- Peter Bigelow
- Jul 11, 2014
After five minutes of sitting in a hot car, Terry Williams was drenched with sweat. After ten minutes, he felt like the air had been sucked out of his lungs. After 15 minutes, he got out of the car.
- Danny King
- Aug 27, 2013
As Nissan Leaf sales continue to heat up, the maker of the electric vehicle wants to cool concerns over hot-climate battery issues by making chemical adjustments to battery packs, Green Car Reports says. Nissan executives met with about 10 Leaf owners in Phoenix last week and said the company is approaching a solution that will better allow Leaf lithium-ion batteries to withstand extensive heat without losing capacity faster than Leafs that live in cold-weather climates.
- AOL Autos Staff
- Jul 19, 2013
Your car is doing a lot of work under that summer sun. If you don't treat it properly and know how to handle an overheating engine your car can turn from a prized possession and daily commuter into an elaborate paperweight. Along with the above video here are a few tips for keeping your car moving this summer.
- Danny King
- Sep 28, 2012
Hot on the heels of the first Fisker Karma lemon-law buyback, Nissan has confirmed that it bought back two Leaf electric vehicles in Arizona under that state's lemon law in response to ongoing battery issues there. There's a long and vibrant discussion of the situation over on My Nissan Leaf. Almost 400 pages of vibrant.
- Danny King
- Sep 14, 2012
Things appear to be heating up in the desert.
- David Kiley
- Jul 6, 2012
It may seem like common sense to not leave your dog in a parked car on a 100-degree day, but you would be amazed at how thoughtless and stupid some pet owners can be.
- Damon Lavrinc
- Aug 15, 2007
The feds are so intent on having you check your tire pressure that they're willing to sacrifice toads in the process. Well, not really, but the new NHTSA ad campaign takes a strange tack to inform consumers that summer weather is Hell on tires.
- Dan Roth
- Feb 17, 2007
Here in the Autoblog New England office, we've been experiencing a spell of weather where temps fail to break the 30's. It's not the most extreme in the country, but it's darn cold. The low temps are driving many folks to commit ritual torture to their cars. Being the comfort seekers we are, most people enjoy stepping in to a warm car. Nevermind that many cars have heated seats that can scorch your tukas in a jiffy, or that it's far more efficient to just start and go, remote starters are quite
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