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Detroit-based start-up may start making EVs by 2019.

Rivian acquired old Mitsubishi-Chrysler factory in Illinois, with plans to hire 1,000 people there by 2024.

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Illinois parking laws: understanding the basics Drivers know that they need to be safe and obey the laws when they are on the roadways in Illinois.

As environmental concerns have grown, smog and emissions testing for vehicles has moved to the forefront of regular vehicle maintenance.

Whether you drive a domestic car or truck, or prefer imports, the fact is that you’ll need to replace some common auto parts over time.

Interested in pursuing an automotive technician job in Illinois? If you have a passion for automotive technology, this can be a lucrative career choice.

Car pool lanes are becoming increasingly popular, and now can be found nearly all over the country, spanning thousands of miles.

Driving a vehicle in Illinois means that you need to be aware of, and follow the rules of the road.

A personalized license plate is a great way to add a fun element to your vehicle.

The state of Illinois offers a number of benefits and perks for those Americans who have either served in an Armed Forces branch in the past, or are current active military members.

If you are worried about passing the Illinois driver’s written test, don’t worry.

Illinois requires all underage drivers to participate in a Graduated Driver Licensing program, which most states require.

It is important to understand what the laws and guidelines are for disabled drivers in your state and others.

Following is an overview of the laws, limits, and fines as they relate to speeding traffic violations in the state of Illinois.

Driving on the roads means you have to know and understand the laws that are in place.

In the interests of your child’s safety while in a moving vehicle, he or she must be properly restrained.

In Illinois, right-of-way laws are designed to facilitate the smooth movement of traffic and ensure the safety of both motorists and pedestrians.

Without a title in your name, there is no way to prove ownership of a vehicle.

In order to drive a vehicle legally in the state of Illinois, you must carry several types of liability insurance.