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  1. Illegal card skimmer discoveries in Tampa Bay double in 2017


    State investigators have discovered more than double the number of credit card skimmers in the Tampa Bay area in 2017 than in 2016 — with still a few weeks left in the year. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services found 54 skimmers in Tampa Bay, up from 26 skimmers last year.

  2. '48 Plymouth 4-door sedan, Ronald Giovannelli, 65, Tampa


    '48 Plymouth 4-door sedan

    The year was 1967 and I turned 15 and just got my learner's permit to drive, but I didn't have a car. I could occasionally drive my parents' car with one of them, as the learner's permit requires, but I wanted a car of my own. I didn't have much money, but I started looking …

  3. Major auto manufacturer offers longer hours, incentives to fix airbags


    TAMPA — With nearly 200,000 people around Tampa Bay still driving around with defective airbags that could kill them, a major automaker is trying to dramatically cut that number down this week.

  4. The Daily Drivers: A look back at some 2017 SUV models


    Across the auto industry, the popularity of trucks and SUVs continue to soar. We've had an opportunity to drive several 2017 SUVs — many of them premium models — and came away mostly impressed by the state-of-the-art when it comes to Sport Utility Vehicles. Here are our impressions:

    2017 Honda …

     [LYRA SOLOCHEK  |  Times]
  5. GM unveils its driverless cars, aiming to lead the pack


    SAN FRANCISCO — For more than a year, General Motors has tantalized investors with plans to build its future around self-driving cars.

    A Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle, being operated with self-driving technology, makes its way around San Francisco. On Thursday, GM will demonstrate its growing fleet of computer-operated, battery-powered Chevrolet Bolts in San Francisco to dozens of investment analysts.
[New York TImes]