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Learn what it's like to drive a Defender without having to maintain one.


The place is hard to find, but it's well worth making the trip.


Mom-saving cop honored with award for bravery.


Residents of Glasgow, Scotland got quite a shock last week when a giant inflatable duck broke free from its moorings and escaped down a busy motorway. According to The Telegraph, the duck was on display in front of the Peter Vardy CarStore near the Braehead shopping center west of Glasgow when high winds uprooted it. The duck then careened down the M8, bouncing over cars and stopping traffic. Employees at an Audi dealership across the street caught the shocking duck rampage on video. The New Yo


With Chris Evans getting the boot, LeBlanc will be the new face of the show.

LeBlanc will be joined by regular appearances from Chris Harris and Rory Reid.


This story is more English than the Queen taking tea in the great cabin of HMS Victory.

Residents of a Southwest London neighborhood are up in arms after receiving a series of fines for parking on their own property in early September.


An English DeLorean enthusiast was clocked doing 89 mph by police earlier this month and went to court to fight the charges.


When this baby hits 88 mph… you’re probably going to get ticketed.

What did you expect was going to happen?


Excitement doesn't guarantee availability everywhere.

It's probably Brexit's fault.


It's 'examining the potential' for a small roll-out next year.

Who needs gas stations?


Because blowing stuff up is fun.

The only surprise here is that he didn't use a hammer.


This is the first time Uber will use electric cars in the UK.

Charge, drive, repeat.


The Naraya will be revealed at Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance this week.

I love gooooooooold!


Top Gear faced a "perfect storm" in the months ahead of Jeremy Clarkson's fracas.

The Grand Tour's Executive Producer Andy Wilman took part in an entertaining and enlightening chat at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, and now you can watch the entire 34-minute conversation.


Price is the key for Ssangyong.

Could Ssangyong succeed in the US? While its lineup has just the sort of vehicles Americans crave, they're almost all diesel-powered with standard manual transmissions – at least the journalists will be happy.


One of the stunts will see the show's host drive through Westeros.

Filming on the first 12-episode season is 90 percent complete, Executive Producer Andy Wilman told media in Edinburgh, but we still don't know when the show will officially debut.


Because everybody's gotta have a hobby, right?

It's safe to say that this guy is the Transit van's biggest fan.


Uber drivers must take a two-hour, $260 exam.

Uber calls its legal actions against Transport for London "very much a last resort," as it attempts to get new rules governing testing for private hire car licenses rescinded.


The American has a verbal agreement with the BBC.

Matt LeBlanc's return to Top Gear isn't certain after the host revealed that there's nothing officially happening between him and the BBC.


The great equalizer among combustionless vehicles?

Mercedes prepares to tackle the premium electric vehicle market with a new name.


Caterham shows that you don't need insane power for brilliant driving.

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