Our automotive experts return to discuss news from the auto world, including GMC’s entry into the EV world with its all-electric, $100k Hummer and the latest from Tesla. We'll get answers on what to do to maintain and repair cars that have been sitting for too long during the pandemic, and we'll get tips on preparing your car for winter driving.

How has the pandemic affected the auto industry? After sales plummeted in March, the trend is moving back up. Our automotive experts return to discuss how sales and production of cars, trucks and SUVs have been affected by the coronavirus crisis. They will also answer questions about the latest models, car payment and repair issues and more.

Our car experts weigh in on the latest automotive news, from Tesla to new electric vehicles to cars with high winter safety ratings—and we'll answer your automotive questions.

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Tesla’s fabled Model 3 for the masses is finally available — what might this mean for those looking to go all-electric? And will the Kia Kona Electric steal some of Tesla’s thunder? We’ll also discuss what to do if a winter pothole wrecks your car’s alignment, and answer your automotive questions.

Automotive News: The Latest in Cars, Trucks & SUVs

Nov 8, 2018

We’ll discuss winter driving tips, snow tires versus all-season tires, and the end of an era for the Volkswagen Beetle. We’ll also catch up on the latest news from the world of cars, trucks, SUVs, self-driving cars, hybrids and more.

We discuss summer driving, autonomous driving, and other news from the world of cars, trucks, hybrids and SUVs.

John Paul, AAA Northeast Car Doctor, joins us. He has more than 30 years of experience in the automobile industry and is an ASE-Certified Master Technician.

Our favorite car experts return to share the latest news on cars, trucks, SUVs, hybrids and more.

Auto News

Jan 17, 2017

Our car experts, just back from the Detroit and Boston auto shows, return to talk all things automotive.  

Guests:  Jamie Page Deaton, auto editor for U.S. News & World Report

John Paul, Master Mechanic and Spokesperson for AAA Northeast