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
“I’m a fast driver. The faster I can get to 80 the better.” – Ozzie and her Toyota Camry
“Despite the fact that I’ve had ups and downs with this car, I will miss it.” – Joy and her Chevy Impala
“I’m terrified of anything on two wheels. I didn’t learn how to ride a bike up until I was fifteen.” – Scott and his Nissan Altima
A double-trailer truck went out of control and hit two cars on the Borman Expressway in Hammond, Ind., early Friday.
The Chicago Transit Authority has pulled 40 new rail cars from service because of a problem with a part on the so-called “5000-Series” model, which has been used on the Pink Line.
“I really love all-American cars. They’re built tough!” – Donna and her Pontiac Aztec
“This car was given to me by my grandfather. He no longer drives, so he allowed me to take it.” – Danielle and her Ford Taurus
“People get overwhelmed by all the crazy drivers.” – Amanda and her Mazda 3
Imagine heading to your car in the morning, only to find it smashed.
Some car owners on a quiet residential street in Buffalo Grove woke up to discover that someone had busted out their windows.
“It’s an assertive car.” – Rafael and his Nissan Altima
“That’s all that I drive are GM cars. Nothing else.” – LeRon and his Pontiac Grand Am
A City Council committee wants to penalize car dealers who display their vehicles on public sidewalks and parkways.
Two teens have been charged with a string of burglaries in south suburban forest preserves.
While some manufacturers and dealer groups still have their finger on the pause button, McGrath is going full-speed ahead with the addition of a new Acura point in downtown Chicago.