Henry Smokey Yunick was on a whole other level of rule bending.
A motorcyclist was cut off by a car doing an illegal U-turn. Then, out of thin air, a state trooper shows up to deliver some karmic justice.
Almost a quarter of Tesla Model 3 orders may have been canceled, for a wide variety of reasons.
Volkswagen and French driver Romain Dumas shattered a speed test with a new electric vehicle. They beat not just the previous electric vehicle record, but the overall record, too.
Before Dom and Letty and Brian, there was just Stephan Papadakis, his friends and Los Angeles.
Don't be surprised if you find yourself (and maybe past selves) in this video.
Common sense would have you thinking that some of these changes would increase congestions, but that's not actually the case.
The secretive startup has released a video showing its car facing down some of San Francisco’s gnarliest thoroughfares and San Franciscans’ most befuddling behaviors.
It has its own perfume collection so that you may spritz your ride in style.
Also, healthcare for all, an end to climate change and affordable housing. Thanks.
Is it really a hit and run if you drive away *slowly* at the end?
Car dependence not only reduces our quality of life, it's a crucial factor in America's economic and political divisions.
We're all trying to get to where we need to go as fast as we can, trying to jump the line improves the situation for nobody.
One flying car seems absurd; Larry Page has three.
Luckily he was able to extricate himself from the car and swim back to shore.
We only wish they'd use a '00s model as opposed to this blasphemous color-screened monstrosity.
Look, parallel parking isn't the easiest thing to do. But the fact that these two people spend 8 minutes trying to figure out this (big!) parking space and still can't is mind-boggling.
To clarify, when the other driver shouts, "I was only doing 110 [KMH]" that translates to 62 MPH.
On average, people are not very loyal to their car brands. But what brands and makes inspire the most loyalty?
The future of braking technology is making its way from the racetrack to luxury cars to ordinary cars.
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