If you're not moving forward, you're slipping — and flipping — backward.
In his defense, when they say "window AC," they never necessarily specify *which* window.
Low-profile tires are all the rage these days, and mostly for aesthetics, as automakers want to project “performance” or whatever. But most people, even the ones who think they are into super hyper ultra performance, don’t need these garbage pieces of rubber.
This poor guy didn't realize what hit him.
I’ve done roundups of the cars in Stranger Things for the past two seasons, so if you were hoping I’d just forget and you could slide by without scrutinizing the cars of the show, I have terrible news for you: we’re doing season three!
An American tale of speed demons, murder and a son's attempt to complete his father's unfinished legacy.
The last Volkswagen Beetle rolled off an assembly line into eternity in Puebla, Mexico this week.
Whether cities choose congestion pricing or regulations, they must expand transit, cycling and pedestrian spaces.
In Pittsburgh, the tow truck business is notoriously cutthroat. This winter, two rivals arrived at the same wreck and the feud crossed a line.
First, you have to commend these people for gluing each and every match to the car by hand.
The Russian far east is perhaps the only large part of the worldwhere the vast majority of cars has steering wheels on the — for lack of a better term — wrong side.
A cyclist in London took matters into his own hands when a driver tried to cut into the dedicated bike lane to avoid traffic.
With sheer cliff faces, hundred-foot drops, and a gradually decreasing percentage of oxygen in the air, the road that goes up to the tippy top of Pikes Peak is pretty frightening at the posted 25 mph speed limit.
The automobile took over because the legal system helped squeeze out the alternatives.
A billionaire hedge fund honcho carved out a personal driveway in a West Village sidewalk — and didn't pay a dime for the brazen annexation of public space.
The "Teslonda" is silent mayhem on drag radials. We interviewed its creator and got behind the wheel.
Even though not all driver's exams require you to parallel park, sometimes real life does.
After smashing records at Pikes Peak and the Nüburgring with the ID R electric vehicle, Volkswagen and Romain Dumas added a third notch to their belts this past weekend.
Driver Terry Grant took on the course at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and only needed two wheels to do it.
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