THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG How Old is Too Old?
Recently I was driving within the city limits with my 8 year old daughter. As I typically do, I travel about 35 miles per hour when the posted speed is 30 mph. Surprisingly I quickly approached the ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 11:37 AM
TIME AT THE TABLE 100 Cars for Good
A Big Announcement...
Time at the Table Is One of 500 Finalists for Toyotas 100 Cars for Good Program
Help us win a new car to make an even bigger difference!
Time at the Tableis proud... Posted on 4/27/12 at 7:33 AM
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT Series II 1981 Z28 Camaro
Springtime held the promises of new life and the reactivation of the Camaro's insurance.
The 1981 Z28 Camaro would come out of the garage after the last of the spring snow subliminated and the firm... Posted on 4/25/12 at 9:53 PM
THE NEW FORTY Fueling the fire...
I am not sure, but I think the universe isactively seeking to get me to commit to buying a new car. This pains me asI love the car I have - a paid off 2004 Hyundai Tiburon with less than 75,000 miles ... Posted on 3/21/12 at 6:27 PM
The big boys brought their little girls to see NASCAR's shining star. Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson all took their daughters to meet Danica Patrick this week at Daytona International Speedway.
When stock car racer Shawn McFadden Jr. began bumping into another competitor coming down the homestretch on Jan. 26 in Superior — "trading paint" as they say — the two race officials along the infield, flagman Ed Stouffer and lap counter John Kimmes, started to go into a back pedal.
With few exceptions, cars are so close on reliability that it's getting harder for companies to charge a premium. So automakers are trying to set themselves apart with sleek, cutting-edge exterior designs and more features such as luxurious interiors, multiple air bags, dashboard computers and touch-screen controls. "It's a great time to be a consumer," one auto pricing website executive said.
Dee-Ann Durbin and Tom Krisher
, February 20, 2012
On behalf of Safe Kids, we thank our local Waste Management Company, UND Big Event volunteers (Kappa Alpha Theta members), Altru Health System and our local volunteers for making this first-time event a huge success.
Ford Motor Co. recalled more than 400,000 Windstar minivans in Minnesota and other cold-weather states Wednesday to fix brackets and mounts which could separate from the vehicle's subframe and cause a driver to lose control.
Less than a year after it was tarnished by reports of runaway cars, Toyota recalled 1.5 million vehicles Thursday to address brake-fluid and fuel-pump troubles, drawing new attention to safety issues that have festered inside the company for years.
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