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A McLean, Virginia man is in police custody today after ramming his SUV into a restaurant and causing a massive fire.

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There are the driving songs we've all heard a million times, but what about the less-common ones?

When you're driving your '62 Hillman Minx to Tierra del Fuego, a song you've never heard before comes on the radio from an Antarctic pirate station, and it's perfect for driving – that's what we're talking about here.

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Bad parking in London can get you a ticket or the boot, but bad parking in the West Country is treated in a more direct manner.

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Three Florida teens are in juvenile detention today after leading law enforcement on a dangerous high-speed chase in a stolen Honda.

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Reverend Catherine Brown is suing the Chicago Police Department over a 2013 traffic stop where she says she was the victim of excessive force.

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It's like OnStar for your BMW motorcycle.

BMW will introduce the first smart emergency tech for motorbikes, Intelligent Emergency Call. The real magic comes with its automatic responses.

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Uber clarified that tipping isn't expected or required, citing a hassle-free experience as to why it doesn't give riders the option to add a tip to their fares.

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Bucko snakes around Simraceway in an all-electric go-kart.

Racing enthusiasts know go karts are much more than a toy. Karting serves as the entry to open-wheel racing, and go karts have helped countless drivers get their start. But these aren't just any karts. Richard Hilleman and his Rattlesnake Electric Sports race team are helping to pioneering electric karting.

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The German city of Augsburg installed pedestrian signals in the ground at busy crossings so texting walkers know when it is safe to cross.

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Uber is telling some users to "Request When You're Ready" or face fees tacked onto their ride.

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A lawyer in Central Russia recently went above and beyond the call of duty for his client when he destroyed evidence in a DUI case by eating it.

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UC Santa Barbara's student team created user-tracking "ghost cars."

Switching on the app's invisible mode shields the user from being seen until an update fixes the issue.

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A police officer in Westland, Michigan helped out a struggling young father when, instead of writing him a ticket, the officer bought a car seat for the man's daughter.

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Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond will launch the site this fall.

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This sleek charger is smart enough to find where you parked.

Zus charges your devices at twice the normal speed, plus helps you find where you parked with the included smartphone app.

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Apparently, some people use social media to brag about their texting-and-driving habits. NHTSA isn't amused.

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We speak to Porsche racer Patrick Long about his incredible event for 911s, 914s, 356s, and other air-cooled Stuttgart offerings.

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The sober minds at Ford turned to goggles, flashing lights, and vibrating gloves.

Ford's Drugged Driving Suit roughly simulates some of the effects of marijuana, LSD, and cocaine. We drove around a cone course with the suit on, and it went about as well as you'd expect.

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In February Lyft informed drivers it was removing the surge cap — but nobody told the riders. So much for disclosure.

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A young couple had an exceedingly unlucky wedding day when they crashed their rented Ferrari into a house in Burnley, Lancashire.

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Distracted drivers are an increasingly dangerous hazard on American roads.

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