The state of Tennessee has finally done what anyone who's driven on the Tail of The Dragon assumed was common sense: banned big rigs from the road.
In the run-up to the vote to allow the UAW to organize workers at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant, there were accusations of shady dealings and general thuggery. Most of those accusations were aimed at labor activists, but new documents show that those accusations should have been made at the politicians.
Nashville, Tennessee, can be incredibly congested, with cars, at times. And in a desperate bid to relieve that congestion, the Tennessee Senate just voted 31-0 to study the feasibility of building a monorail to transport people to and fro. And if it worked for Ogdenville and Brockway, it might just work for Nashville.
"There is no connection between our Chattanooga employees' decision about whether to be represented by a union and the decision about where to build a new product for the U.S. market." – Volkswagen Chattanooga. Your turn Senator Corker.
If you ever chance to visit the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tenn. – and you really should – one of the first things you'll notice is that whoever dreamt this place up thinks differently abut cars than most people you know. Wading through the rows of gleaming Tatras and Steyrs and Reliants and other cars the…
A funeral procession nearly caused a fatal car/motorcycle crash this weekend. Ironically, the funeral procession was for a person killed in a car crash.
Fellas out there in committed relationships, you know how hard we work to keep our ladies happy. We surprise them with flowers, buy them fancy jewelry, and even call their mothers on their birthdays. Also, we drive them across state lines so they can hook up with teenage girls. Wait, what?
Last Thursday, Beth Robinson, 13, of Cypress Texas made it the 800 miles to Nashville in her brother's truck before she was caught by a state trooper.
For the umpteenth time, a pair of car thieves failed to steal a car because they couldn't drive stick.
For its newest generation, the 2013 Nissan Sentra is skipping the facelift and getting the full on Michael Jackson. The all new car has a laundry list of new features, and they stretch from the nose to the tail. It's lighter. It's economier. It's upscalier. It's LEDier. It also looks like the lovechild of the new…
Further proof that people buy eco-friendly cars for their luxury and not for their economy came today when the Embassy Suites hotel in Nashville, Tennessee started to run their eight-passenger Nissan Leaf shuttle. Granola-crunchers, your limo has arrived.
What is being reported as a 1966 Ford GT40 crashed on Saturday afternoon during what must have been a harrowing drive through the Tennessee countryside. Was it a real GT40, and how did the accident happen?
One of our readers spotted this Toyota truck in his hometown of Chattanooga, Tenn. Nothing says, "America, Chuck Yeah!" like a picture of Chuck Norris on the tailgate of a truck.
Prepare to be outraged. If you've ever traveled with a large sum of money, police can legally confiscate it. It's a burgeoning trend known as "policing for profit," and law enforcement agencies are using it to bolster their budgets.
What you want to hear after a drive on the 14th hole is a satisfying silence, or maybe some light applause — but not screaming. But when a Murfreesboro, Tenn. golfer hooked his shot, it disappeared from sight. Then came the screams.
A Tennessee family on a road trip discovered they had a stowaway when a snake slithered onto the windshield and hung out for several miles. Happy airlines? Even snakes think plane travel is too expensive.
Here it is: the new 2011 Volkswagen Passat, the sedan VW wants to take America by sturm. How will it do so? By being $7,000 cheaper than the previous Passat, while getting bigger.
For over a year, one former consultant at Nissan's Tennessee headquarters has waged an online campaign accusing the automaker of discrimination and misspending government money. She's been arrested and even surrendered custody of her child "to keep fighting." UPDATE below.
Happy days came back Friday to Spring Hill, Tenn., when General Motors announced it would rehire 483 laid-off workers to build four-cylinder engines. On hand to cheer the news: Three Republican lawmakers who opposed the bailout that saved GM.