If you are in traffic, and there are no signs or signals telling you what to do, what recourse do you have? Well, you have to know the right-of-way laws as they apply in the state of Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles requires all drivers to carry four types of liability automotive insurance, or “financial responsibility,” in order to operate a vehicle legally and maintain vehicle registration.
The parking laws in Massachusetts are developed by the state and then enforced by the cities and the towns.
Whether you live Massachusetts or are moving to the area, you need to know about the vehicle modification laws to make sure your car or truck is street legal.
Massachusetts has a statewide ban on texting for drivers of all ages.
Making sure that the car you drive is safe and legal is important.
A man in Massachusetts got stuck in some mud while off-roading in his old Jeep last week and was hit with legal charges and a $48,000 tow bill.
The East Street Railroad Bridge in Westwood, MA, loves to destroy the roofs of truck when drivers think that they can make it under. The span has caught out many inattentive people over the years.
An officer in Medford, MA, is on administrative leave after video of him threatening the life of a driver during a traffic stop went viral this week.
The Attorney General of Massachusetts is asking Lyft and Uber just how accommodating they are to disabled passengers.
A new bill filed by Massachusetts governor Baker would force companies like Lyft and Uber to conduct background checks and carry insurance.
Massachusetts adds $2 million to its green-vehicle rebate program that was launched last year.
Just hours after winning the game to guarantee a spot in the Super Bowl, New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork rescued a woman from an overturned Jeep along the side of the highway. He reportedly lifted her out with one arm.
Given his neatly stacked pile of model cars on display, bed sheets and wall art, it seems pretty safe to guess that Terry Brouillette of Worcester, MA, is a NASCAR fan. But the 71-year-old man got a very rude awakening recently when an allegedly drunk driver plowed through his bedroom window. The vehicle came to rest right on the other side of the bed from where he was asleep.
Counting the cars that go across the Brooklyn and Golden Gate Bridges every day doesn't exactly sound like fun. But when we're talking about the Multi-State ZEV Action Plan that eight US states are using to boost zero-emission vehicle adoption, though, we can think of it as a positive thing. That's because a quarter million vehicles cross those iconic bridges every day, and that's how many zero-emission vehicles have been sold in the US.
Another brick falls as Tesla fights to practice its direct-to-consumer business model. A Massachusetts high court has thrown out a lawsuit seeking to block the electric car company from selling vehicles the Tesla way in the state. The Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association, along with two dealers, claimed that Tesla was in violation of a law that protects affiliated dealerships from oppressive practices from automakers.
A Massachusetts company is taking a futuristic approach to hands-free plug-in vehicle charging: robot appendages. A product called PowerHydrant uses a robotic arm to connect a charging station to the vehicle, allowing for an easy kind of customer charging experience that is also offered by wireless charging systems. PowerHydrant, which is in its testing phase, will be shown off at the EV Tech Expo in Michigan this week.