Tough new tests.
Tired of drivers speeding through a school zone, a Boston physical education teacher turned to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for help.
While the police work to keep us safe, automakers are interested in the safety of the officers.
Ice, powerful gusts and heavy snowfall on the roads can make for the opposite of a winter wonderland.
Lincoln is continuing a return to using proper names for its models with the debut of the 2019 Nautilus at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
College prank goes very wrong.
Ford has been granted a patent for autonomous off-roading technology that could save your life…by ejecting you from the vehicle.
It was only four days ago that Anita Board unwrapped the gift she had been longing for.
While no British citizen is above the law, a select few are.
The humble baseball cap could be the answer to stop you falling asleep at the wheel.
BMW is recalling more than 1.4 million cars and SUVs in two U.S. recalls due to the risk of fires under the hood.
Google’s self-driving car spin-off is accelerating efforts to convince the public that its technology is almost ready to safely transport people without any human assistance at all.
General Motors has agreed to a $13.9 million settlement with Orange County, California, after prosecutors accused the auto giant of concealing serious safety defects to avoid costly recalls and part replacements.
Honolulu began enforcing a new law on Wednesday that bans the practice of viewing a “mobile electronic device” while crossing a street or highway.
Dashcam footage of a “ghost car” that appears out of thin air before causing an accident at a busy intersection in Singapore has social media users spooked.
SUVs are saving the spare tire, but for how long?
Toyota Motor Co. is recalling 347,120 Sienna minivans worldwide because they can shift out of the “park” position and roll away.
But keep your hands upon the wheel.
Ford is recalling over 1.3 million F-Series pickups in North America due to a faulty door latch design.
Ford is offering to inspect and repair about 1.3 million civilian versions of its Explorer SUV at no cost to owners in response to complaints of exhaust fumes leaking into passenger cabins.
Powerful argument for buckling up.
Air bag maker Takata Corp.’s troubles worsened Monday as the company confirmed that a truck carrying its inflators and a volatile chemical exploded last week in a Texas border town, killing a woman and injuring four others.
About 85 million Takata air bag inflators that haven’t been recalled are inside cars and trucks now being driven in the U.S. and would have to be replaced if the company can’t prove they are safe, the government said Wednesday.