Articles Tagged With ‘Car’s’




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Vandals slash 28 tires at Atascadero car dealership

Workers arrived at an Atascadero car dealership Sunday morning to find a total of 28 tires slashed on 14 vehicles. The car dealership says the suspects have been identified, but it is unclear if Atascadero... (Continue reading)

SLO High grad victorious in 24-hour motorsport race

San Luis Obispo High School grad Townsend Bell helped lead his racing team to victory over the weekend in one of motorsport’s most prestigious events, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 24-hour race in... (Continue reading)

SLO High grad shines in Indy 500 trials

Townsend Bell, a 41-year-old San Luis Obispo High School grad, was the fastest Saturday in initial qualifying rounds for the Indy 500. By the end of the day, Bell finished fifth securing him a very... (Continue reading)

SLO mechanic wrecks customer’s car, charges client

A few hours after a San Luis Obispo couple dropped off their Porsche for an oil change, a mechanic called back and told the couple the car needed a new clutch and its bumper repaired.... (Continue reading)

California drivers to face fines for coming close to bicyclists

Motorists in California must now stay three feet away from bicyclists when passing them on the road or risk receiving traffic tickets. A new state law takes effect Tuesday, which allows officers to cite those... (Continue reading)

Toyota leaving California for Texas

Toyota Motor Corporation is moving its North American headquarters from California to Texas. [LA Times] The Japanese automaker has long located its sales and marketing headquarters in Southern California. It opened its first U.S. office... (Continue reading)

Hydrogen highway coming to California

Governor Jerry Brown has approved a plan to construct 100 hydrogen fueling stations in California in the next 10 years. [SB Sun] Currently, there are about 300 hydrogen-powered cars in operation in California with only... (Continue reading)

Taxes drive driving costs

Californians drive fewer miles than the national average, but only in Georgia is it more expensive to put pedal to the metal. (Bankrate) That’s because of taxes, which should surprise few. Drivers in this state... (Continue reading)

San Luis obispo Concours 2013, event photos

The San Luis Obispo Concours, a benefit for Hospice SLO, was a day of elegance showcasing some of the most beautiful and exceptional vehicles that span a range of over 100 years. Find local events... (Continue reading)

Driver crashes into Grover Beach apartment

A Lemoore man driving under the influence Sunday evening in Grover Beach crashed into a parked truck and an apartment building, causing one residence to be ruled unsafe for occupancy. Around 8:30 p.m., Patrick Jeff’s... (Continue reading)



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