Dutch researchers might have a way for pothole-filled roads to fix themselves, while also solving range anxiety for electric car drivers.
- Jason Marker
- Mar 16, 2017
So, this is a thing now.
- Feb 24, 2017
Think driving will get easier once the winter season ends? Think again.
- Jul 27, 2016
When driving a car, there are few things more frustrating than having your vehicle damaged when you’re not at fault.
- Noah Joseph
- Apr 3, 2016
Preston Perry, 84, of Upper Nine Mile River, Nova Scotia, couldn't stand the potholes on his street anymore, so he hopped on his tractor and started fixing them himself.
- Dec 16, 2015
Every time the weather gets colder it seems as if new, annoying potholes spring up overnight.
- Dec 15, 2015
A shock absorber is a device inside your vehicle that is connected to the suspension.
- Nov 24, 2015
We tend to only think about the exhaust on our cars when something goes wrong, but it’s a critical system that we should be paying attention to on a regular basis.
- Nov 17, 2015
No car, truck, or SUV is going to last forever, but keeping your vehicle working well for as long as possible will save you both headaches and money.
- Chris Bruce
- Aug 25, 2015
Google wants to make driving more comfortable by routing you around roads covered in potholes, thanks to a new patent. The tech doesn't seem too hard to implement, either.
- Brandon Turkus
- Apr 28, 2015
A ballsy street artist in Manchester, UK has grown tired of his town's plethora of potholes, and has taken matters into his own hands.
- Erin Marquis
- Mar 11, 2015
Warm spring weather is usually welcomed with open arms in Michigan, but this year's thaw is opening up potholes on roadways so big one county executive is urging residents to call 911 on dangerous roads.
- Autoblog Staff
- Apr 24, 2014
If you live in a land that's been gripped by the Polar Vortex, has experienced immense, record-breaking amounts of snowfall and has the roads to prove it, though, look on this wonderful machine with joy. It's called the Pothole Killer, and it's here to put the traditional patching crew out of business.
- Brandon Turkus
- Jul 13, 2013
Potholes, also known as the bane of every motorist's existence, are a huge problem in many cities. One resident in Jackson, Mississippi got fed up with the constant bumps and craters in his city's roads, and took matters into his own hands.
- Dan Roth
- Jun 8, 2012
Potholes. Crews are out now tamping new asphalt into the pockmarks that winter leaves on our roads, but what if there were a cheaper, easier way to quickly mitigate these wheel-eating voids? Students at Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University may have the answer. In April, the team took first prize in a competition sponsored by Saint-Gobain, a global materials company. The goal was to use simple materials for an out-of-the-box product.
- Zach Bowman
- Dec 25, 2011
A new study by Warranty Direct in the UK claims Honda makes vehicles that are the least-susceptible to damage from potholes. According to the company, only 1.4 percent of Honda owners submit a warranty claim for repair due to pothole damage. Compare that figure with the 12.2 percent of Chrysler owners who submit claims – the American automaker found itself the least resilient to pothole damage alongside luxury makes like Land Rover, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Surprisingly enough, Smart
- Jonathon Ramsey
- Mar 29, 2010
Here's the theory: make potholes easier to see, and they'll be easier to avoid. How would it work? Employ a base layer underneath the road in some garish color, and when tarmac divots appear, voila, the things stick out like wounds. Both theories have been suggested by Domenico Diego and Cristina Corradini, students at the Polytechnic University of Milan, while looking for a way to make streets safer.
- Sam Abuelsamid
- Apr 17, 2009
Here in Michigan, we're used to hearing plenty of worthless excuses about the crap condition of our roads. However, this one takes the cake. A local council in Essex, England has deemed broken roads a "natural traffic calming measure." If you didn't catch that, "traffic calming" is a euphemism used by politicians when discussing measures to slow the traffic flow through an area. Generally, the "calming" involves taking active measures, such as installing speed bumps, round-abouts or narrowing th
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Apr 2, 2009
Click above for a gallery of the VW Golf that was swallowed by a pothole in Ukraine
- John Neff
- Oct 4, 2006
The argument for SUVs may be a little stronger in California after a report released by TRIP, a national transportation research group, shows that five cities in the Golden state rank among the top ten urban areas with the roughest roads. The Cali towns with the roughest rides include San Jose, Los Angeles, San Francisco-Oakland, San Diego and Sacramento. They're joined by other U.S. cities with pot hole-ridden roads like St. Louis, Omaha, New York City and New Orleans (pre-Katrina).
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