It always seems that summer rushes by faster than the wind through your hair. When the temperature starts to drop it's a reminder that months of winter driving uncertainty are on the way, and it's time to get ready.
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New Year's Day consistently ranks as one of the deadliest days on U.S. roads, according to data from MADD and AAA. And with holiday travel projected to be at the busiest in 6 years, drivers should be extra cautious if they are out and about ringing in 2015.
A Texas police officer is under investigation for using excessive force on an elderly man during a routine traffic stop last week.
A fully realized "digital wallet" is inching closer to reality with Iowa's planned driver's license app.
Next year, three California school districts will soon participate in a experiment that will examine whether school buses can be used beyond their traditional scope of transporting children to and from classrooms.
Two women who were detained at the border of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia had their detentions extended by at least 25 more days Sunday for the crime of "driving while female."
General Motors announced Wednesday it would restore the one millionth Corvette ever produced to its former glory.
After making their fortune building a successful technology consulting firm, Eric and Amity Peterson indulged in their passion for high-powered supercars. Now that passion is being put to work in their foundation, Dream Drives for Kids, in Portland, Oregon.
A new gas station called OnCue in Oklahoma City priced its gas at $1.99 per gallon yesterday, prompting a rival station down the road to go even further with $1.98 a gallon gas.
Some Thanksgiving travelers along the East Coast were heading out early because of a forecast calling for a nor'easter that will bring rain and snow.
Lotus F1 wasn't content to just make any commercial for their technology partner EMC Industries. It had to be one for the record books. The video released today shows a truck breaking the world record for longest jump ever completed by a truck.
There is good news for Thanksgiving travelers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be driving.