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This is the stuff of nightmares for motorcyclists.

Perception is part of the equation, too.

Simply being safe isn't enough. Passengers need to know they're safe.

Car accidents may be an inevitable part of our daily lives, but some cars and trucks are more likely to be involved in crashes than others.

The rare supercar was bound for a customer in the US.

The driver and passenger were taken to the hospital, then released.

A semi trailer was clipped by a low-flying plane on an Ohio highway.

That's a negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full.

Here's a classic case of good news, bad news.

A built-in Faraday cage blocks all incoming connections.

19th-century technology in a Nissan Juke.

Automatic braking currently only works at speeds up to 28 miles per hour.

This is why we don't drink and drive, friends.

Lawsuits will proceed over pre-bankruptcy death, injury, and economic losses.

A faulty ignition switch in GM vehicles has been linked to 124 deaths and 275 injuries.

The horrifying experience was caught on video.

What a drag, man.

Why didn't Dodge go the final step to make a drag car suitable for drag races?

Useful only for bench racers.

Automatic braking and lane-keeping assist are not welcome on the track.

The Genesee Valley Chapter of BMW Car Club of America regards driver assist systems as too unpredictable.

This as traffic fatalities are on the rise.

That means 14 percent of Americans don't, and with men, and in certain states, it's higher.

He'd used cocaine, LSD, meth, officers say.

Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.

Several models are affected, from Fiesta ST to Lincoln MKZ.

Over 200,000 cars included in each recall.

From Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde.

What is it about driving that transforms a normally nice person into a monster?

On average, NHTSA records 26.8 complaints per 10,000 vehicles sold.

Everybody complains, and a lot of the time, those complaints are about our cars. Here are the cars that get the most, and the least, safety complaints.

One driver brake-checks another.

This is why we don't screw around on the freeway.

This is why trunks are designed to open from the inside.

The brave woman managed to open the trunk and escape.

In one video, of a 30 mph rollover test, the car is barely even dented.

All the cameras, radar, and sensors in the world won't do a lick of good when a two-ton projectile unavoidably slams into an immoveable object.

The problem is not related to the other Takata fiasco.

Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX and Continental models are being recalled.

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