Women can be charged an average of $23 more than men for auto repairs. Michelle Miller shows us how Patrice Banks is slamming the brakes on sexism at the garage.
The BBC says its hit automotive TV show "Top Gear" will return to the airwaves with a new host replacing scandal-tainted Jeremy Clarkson.
U.S. factory output slipped in May, hurt by a decline in oil refining that overshadowed solid gains by automakers.
Pope Francis called climate change a moral issue and demanded action to reverse its effects. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports.
California state officials released reports detailing six accidents that involved self-driving car prototypes, reversing a policy that shielded details of how the next-generation technology is performing during testing on public roads.
A touch of the Old World has come to American cities in the form of European-style vans that look like skinny, tall breadboxes.
Edge Media Network and Lexus hosted a Red Carpet Social to benefit the William Way LGBT Community Center, honoring 50 years of the LGBT civil rights movement in Philadelphia.
The timing isn't perfect, but Toyota is getting close to rolling out the next generation of its Prius gas-electric hybrid car.
Acura is recalling two models of SUVs because their automatic emergency braking systems can mistakenly slow the car, increasing the risk of a collision.
Steve Hartman introduces us to a 91-year-old man who became a video sensation by driving a car through a garage door - a "bucket list" wish that his granddaughter helped him accomplish.