Month: February 2014

Legacy License Plate Program Still Needs More Pre-Orders

Last January the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced some good news for classic car fans in the form of the Legacy License Plate Program. The announcement stated that the DMV was considering the release of a series of

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A Higher Purpose for GM Waste

John Bradburn is General Motors’ (GM) manager of waste reduction efforts, an unusual position within the giant automaker that tasks him with finding new ways to use spent industrial materials to benefit the environment. In other words, Bradburn tries to

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Are you ready for V2V?

            The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently said that a national “vehicle-to-vehicle system” (V2V) mandate could come within the next couple of years. The NHTSA also says it could require automakers to implement

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Happy Birthday Chevelle & Malibu

Fifty years ago the Chevelle debuted for the 1964 model year and the Malibu version was launched simultaneously as the top trim line for the Chevelle. The first three variants of the Malibu were built on GM’s A-body platform, notable

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