Look down some Arlington streets and you’ll see car dealer, after car dealer. Some have old, hand painted signs, others are in old car dealership buildings. A new ordinance would prohibit business locations and enforce new building requirements.
A group of racers in Hurst are feeling the need for speed. They are some of the fastest drivers around, without even stepping inside of their cars. Check out the R/C drag races.
Retail gas prices across Texas have dipped 6 cents this week to settle at $3.04 per gallon. Meanwhile, the national average declined a nickel to reach $3.28 per gallon.
The DFW Auto Show rolls into downtown Fort Worth on Thursday. It is a must-see event for car enthusiasts and North Texans wanting to see what is available from manufacturers.
Twenty cars were pulled from the Trinity River this Thursday.
Nissan is recalling nearly 152,000 vehicles to fix faulty brake control software that could cause longer-than-expected stopping distances and increase the risk of a crash.
Some Texas troopers will be trailing school buses or on board to make sure other drivers use care near the vehicles hauling children to and from classes.
TxDOT is continuing efforts to collect millions of dollars in unpaid tolls from thousands of habitual violators. The department will share the names of violators online starting Thursday.
The 300,000 square foot addition to the GM assembly plant in Arlington is not just a boost to the economy, but a sense of pride for autoworkers.
The 2014 plug-in Prius will start at $30,800. That’s $2,100 less than the 2013 model. Prices include an $810 shipping fee.
The brand new 7th Street Bridge in Fort Worth is opening to traffic on Wednesday, and it is an entire month ahead of schedule. It will be the first pre-cast network arch bridge in the world.
If you regularly travel along the North Tarrant Express Project, then changes are coming to your commute. More ramps are set to close, as work reaches 70 percent completion.