A Georgia father is being called a hero after his fiancée’s Kia SUV was carjacked while his 8-year-old son was in the back seat, according to ABC News.
The penalty could serve as a precedent for other automakers who violate the Clean Air Act.
Federal officials are investigating the death of a Kia assembly plant worker in west Georgia.
(AP/WAOK) — The Georgia Lottery is celebrating its 21st anniversary and is partnering with Kia Motors to launch new games and promotions. Lottery officials say players will be eligible to win between $20,000 and $2.5 […]
Time off during the holidays does wonders for my motivation…not to mention so much has been happening in the auto industry in the last month. According to an article in the Associated Press on December […]
There may be a “price war” brewing in the automotive industry. Typically, experts suggest that car buyer’s can expect the best auto deals closer to the end of the year, or at the beginning of […]