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Police say this crash just doesn't make cents.

Commuters around New Castle, Delaware got a nasty surprise this morning when they discovered northbound I-95 was closed due to a truck crash that buried the freeway in pennies.

Like something out of a Steve Goodman song, a Philly towing company is under investigation for allegedly setting traps to impound cars.

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Rage, rage against the buckling of the belt.

A reporter on Fox 29 Philadelphia couldn't keep a straight face after a toddler put up an epic fuss during a live segment on child car seats last week.

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Philly cops caught using imposter as surveillance car.

An SUV with a Google Maps sticker in Philadelphia caught the eye of a security researcher this week. He exposed an unusual surveillance scheme.

A concerned father in Port Richmond, PA, may have saved a baby's life after he noticed the mother passed out in the driver's seat on Tuesday.

A mom already worried about her injured child was shocked to find the driver of the ambulance rushing her and her son to the hospital was texting while behind the wheel.

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Hitchbot, the hitchhiking robot, won't be arriving in San Francisco as planned at the end of its cross-country journey. The machine was vandalized and destroyed in Philadelphia just a couple weeks after beginning the trip.

Evidence suggests a dip in DUI arrests in some urban areas could be attributed to companies like Uber

Philadelphia and Seattle have both seen drunk driving arrests decrease since services like Uber started operations.

'Ingenious,' a new book, shows promise and peril of auto inudstry in fascinating detail

At the turn of last century, the earliest automakers pioneered the use of electric batteries for powering their newfangled cars. Internal combustion engines appeared but a blip on the road to efficiency.

Police have three suspects in custody

Three South Philadelphia residents have been arrested and charged in connection with a vandalism spree that left paint scratched or tires slashed on at least 38 vehicles.

Man posing as parking attendent steals car in Center City, Philadelphia, Penn.

A South African woman was tricked into handing her keys over to a car thief in Center City, Philadelphia, according to NBC10. Madeline Vaneck, who is in the U.S. on business, said a man posing as a valet handed her a ticket when she entered the parking garage. She handed him her keys and he took off with her 2013 Toyota RAV4.

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When we say the worst of Hurricane Sandy has passed, we're only talking about the weather phenomena; the depth of the storm's other impacts will take time to measure. Many of the estimated 4,751 car dealers in the states affected by Sandy spent the run-up to the storm moving their inventory to high ground if possible and bracing their dealerships for the storm. Many had already been through Hurricane Irene had some practice, but, as one dealer said, the water levels before Sandy hit were already

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The City of Brotherly Love will provide some extra affection for owners of Chevrolet Volts and Nissan Leafs.

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A runaway Jeep Grand Cherokee caused quite the disturbance in The Force Philadelphia on Thursday, March 1, when it broke through a chain-link fence and careened onto and across several active runways at Philadelphia International Airport.

Upper Moreland Township moves to make unlocked cars illegal – Click above to watch video after the jump

Car sharing service Zipcar still isn't making any profits but that isn't stopping them from expanding. The company is pumping up its presence in Philadelphia by 20 percent. Since the city awarded Zipcar a contract to provide its service to city employees, 20 departments and 250 employees have signed up. The expansion will see a number of new cars added to the local fleet including a doubling of the number of Priuses available at $6 / hour. Ten more locations will be added within the city, making

The southeastern Pennsylvania area is about to get a whole heap of fresh public transportation options. SEPTA, the local transportation authority, announced this week that it will expand or enhance 65 "transportation options" in the coming months, with most of these changes happening in September and October. This will be the largest expansion of "public transportation service" in SEPTA's history. You can probably guess why the expansions are coming: people are moving to public transportation in