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This is patently cruel and unusual punishment.

And we thought Canadians were nice.

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Two Tennesseans are lucky to be alive today after a harrowing drive down the side of a burning mountain earlier this week.

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Chao was the first Asian-American woman to hold a Cabinet job.

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That's about a quarter of the Bentaygas on American roads.

The SUV hasn't been on sale long enough for this to be a serious issue.

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The goal is to limit certain functions in an effort to combat distracted driving.

This will force you to put your phone down when you're behind the wheel.

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Holiday deals for car enthusiasts.

The best deals this holiday season.

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Tireless safety crusader was 72.

While a thorn in the side of automakers, Ditlow's efforts saved lives.

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There are safer and easier ways to pick up girls, man.

A plumber in England was caught on camera earlier this week passing his phone number to a girl on a motorway while driving at 70 mph.

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Drive the wrong way, and prepare to be bombarded by alerts.

Pairing a front-facing camera with navigation data could make wrong-way drivers a thing of the past.

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An Arizona man unveiled an invention earlier this week that he believes will reduce the danger inherent in high-speed chases.

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An Arkansas State Police trooper pulled over the police chief of a small Arkansas town late last month and, despite evidence of him speeding, let the chief go without even a warning.

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This is also why 25-year-old "new" cars are not a great idea.

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If you smell gas inside the cabin of your BMW, you might have a problem.

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A London truck driver was sentenced to eight months in prison and had his license suspended this week after causing a massive accident on a North London highway while staring at his phone.

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A viral video showing a driver brake checking a heavy truck on a freeway in Wisconsin last week has sparked a conversation about road rage and risky driving maneuvers.

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If you receive a recall notice, please make repairs a priority.

This latest fatality brings the human toll of Takata's faulty airbag inflators to at least 100 injuries and 11 deaths.

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