Houston has more lane departure alerts than front collision alerts, according to iOnRoad. But that's when traffic is moving. According to researchers at Texas A&M, the average Houstonian burned 23 gallons of gas sitting in traffic last year.
Despite a number of hopeful notes in the continuing turnaround at General Motors, the automaker's North American ops are still dealing with the same problems.
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