A task force within the state Department of Transportation is reviewing mileage-based assessments and looking at electronic systems for measuring and reporting mileage, systems that may already be used by private companies.
It's a galling time for drivers, and it's more maddening than usual this year.
The government said Sunday it is investigating reports of engine fires in the Chevrolet Cruze small car and Jeep Wrangler SUV.
Riders left downtown after 10 a.m. and headed for a 100-mile ride on back roads that circled out to Estacada. The route then returned to the city where everyone met up at Slabtown in Northwest Portland.
Portland-area motorcycle enthusiasts converged on a Northeast Portland warehouse and photo facility this past weekend to take in a unique mixture of motorcycles, art and people watching at The One Motorcycle Show.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Wednesday it is recalling about 550,000 vehicles worldwide for problems that could make it harder to steer.
Parts shortages from three months of catastrophic flooding in Thailand have forced Honda to cut U.S. and Canadian factory production by 50 percent for the second time this year, the automaker said Monday.
Retail sales increased 1.1 pct. in September, largest gain in 7 months led by auto sales
A trip with the family can be lots of fun - or a migraine in the making - depending on how you plan and what you pack. We have some tips to make sure your travels are on the terrific side instead of the terrible.
Upstairs in Ken Marquis's art gallery and framing shop, you'll find a strange, cloistered world populated by a toothy dog chomping on a Frisbee, an enigmatic mermaid reclining in a pool of oil, and some guy named Barack Obama, superfluously announcing that "I AM A PRESIDENT."
An unusual sight revealed itself through my windshield a few weeks ago. I was downtown and couldn’t help but notice the largest bus I’d ever seen was at a stop in front of my car. (Yes, even Ms. Metro occasional gets behind the wheel sometimes.)
Growing up a child of the 70's, in part, made me what I am. How could you not at least be a little bit motorhead growing up with the General Lee, the Bandit's black and gold Firebird, Magnum P.I.'s bright red Ferrari 308 GTB, the Kawasaki GPZ1000's on CHiPs, The cigarette boats on Miami Vice...and the list, at least for me, goes on and on.
Every July, 200 or so anorexic-looking (mostly) white dudes slather themselves with chamois cream, squeeze into tiny spandex and nearly kill themselves riding their $10,000+ bicycles up some of the steepest mountains in the world.
Nissan, Mitsubishi strengthen cooperation, Nissan to provide luxury model
Drivers reported more problems with their all-new or redesigned 2011 models than they did the year before, according to J.D. Power and Associates' annual survey of new vehicle quality.