The Chicago Automobile Trade Association, the Chicago area’s major new-car dealer group and sponsor of the Chicago Auto Show, has issued an alert to its members warning of the flood of damaged cars likely to be brought in.
Police in one southwest suburb plan to stick a lot of paper on the windshields of cars this Spring. They’re not tickets however. As CBS2’s Mike Parker reports they are messages intended to fight crime.
On Saturday morning we always kick some tires, whether you are looking for, or dreaming about, a new car.
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