Saturday morning is a great time to look at cars. If you like a powerful car with outstanding handling, then you’ll love this week’s ride, the BMW M5.
Nearly 90 percent of senior citizens are driving a car that doesn’t fit their aging needs.
The Village of Skokie is asking residents to leave the car at home this Friday.
“It’s a mature car owned by a mature person.” – Glenn and his Kia Forte
A new report says many suburbs are transit-friendly – that is, hospitable for those who are not traveling with a car.
“Every time I get into my car I feel like tonight’s going to be a good night.” – Will and his Chevy Malibu
“I will always have this bike until it just dies or somebody destroys it.” – Justin and his Kawasaki Ninja Motorcycle.
“Everyone always says that they feel like they’re in a spaceship when they drive in it.” – Nialanjan and his Toyota Sienna.
“There is something so great about coming down to Chicago in a convertible.” – Hervetta and her Mercedes.
“People feel like it’s a store. There are so many things in it. You can shop in it.” – Jackie and her Honda CRV
“I don’t care who’s looking at me. If I feel like dancing, I dance.” – Elliot and his Chevy Cavalier
“This is my baby. I love this car.” – Alexis and her Buick Regal
“I swear, I’m not a bad driver! I just struggled for awhile to get the hang of it.” – Chris and his Honda Accord
“This was my dream car. I always knew one day I would buy it.” – Victoria and her Pontiac Bonneville
“When you buy a car, make sure it has all the features that you desire.” – Cory and his Dodge Neon
A warning to residents, commuters, visitors, and even those just passing through Chicago: A popular decoration for your car could net you a $250 fine.
“I’m not an aggressive driver. I’m just impatient!” – Carol and her Dodge Charger
Police are warning automobile owners in the River North and Streeterville areas of some break-ins to autos that have occurred over the last month.
“When someone gets in it, they will be like, wow, this is a really nice car.” – Jonathon and his Volvo S60
“The first car I ever had was a stick shift.” – Demis and his Toyota Matrix