The truck's trailer was ripped open after a crash caused by careless driving.
Robert Kubica took part in a Formula One race weekend for the first time in more than seven years on Friday, and the Pole's considered verdict provided little comfort for fans of his struggling Williams team.
What happens when a raised dump trailer full of canola seed collides with a bridge in the rain at highway speeds? Watch to find out.
Automakers say NAFTA collapse would cost them $10B a year and eliminate 50,000 U.S. auto parts jobs
Is it a Supra or a DeLorean? Or something different entirely?
"There are two races to go. It is a better time than ever to apply even more pressure, just because you can,"
The whole sector aligns against him in a new coalition.
If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says.
Trade experts say the NAFTA talks are likely to stall in the face of aggressive U.S. attempts to sharply increase content requirements for autos and auto parts.
I've spent weeks getting my 1998 Tacoma into shape for this trip, but it seems like we'll be lucky to get up into the hills at all.
Magna will help mass-produce the technology.
Quebec wants Uber drivers to undergo training.
Plus he gets some online shaming.
Will the car sit idly by while you go through Border Patrol questioning?
"I'm 18 years old, the team knows that. It's a challenging year in Formula One, and I think the team looks at it as a bigger project than just the next race."
Canada government sets 2018 to outline mandate for electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and fuel cell cars.
"The Germans are bad, very bad."
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration on Thursday formally launched its effort to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico to try to win better terms for US workers and manufacturers. With a letter to lawmakers, Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he triggered a 90-day consultation period with Congress, industries and the American public that would allow talks over one of the world's biggest trading blocs to begin by Aug 16. Renegotiation of NAFTA was
Ford said on Thursday it was hiring 400 engineers, mostly in Canada, to work on connectivity software and hardware, part of a wider push to meet demand for more connected cars. The 300 engineers in Canada and 100 in the United States will double the current size of the Detroit automaker's mobile connectivity engineering team. Ford also plans to establish a new research and engineering center in Ottawa. That's because the majority of the hires will come from BlackBerry's shuttered phone ha