In a city where some vehicles average 4.7 mph, a congestion charge may be the only way. That is, if it can fix the Uber problem.
It was an intriguing little thing — light years ahead of its time and wildly ambitious for a tiny British startup that had taken its name from a maker of racing cars that went bust in 1957.
I’m not a gearhead, nor would I ever be mistaken for one. But this past February, I went to a monster truck rally with my wife and 3-year-old son Michael. We all loved it. A lot.
The efficiency of your electric vehicle depends on where exactly your electricity is coming from — which varies depending on where you live.
Is this guy a big fan of scythed chariots or is he just hoping to cause a crash?
Sometimes, you just want to move your house to the other side of the creek bed, and you'd rather not drive all the way to an actual bridge.
Apps like Waze, Google Maps and Apple Maps enable drivers to help only themselves, and that could be bad for everyone.
This man wanted it all, and he found a way to make it happen.
Please, don't text and drive... or film and drive, for that matter.
If this sounds lame to you, give these two goofballs with their remote controlled cars a chance.
She is ready to defend her "friend" Chris and his need for blinker fluid to the Advanced Autoparts guys for days.
The S1 is made by Bulgarian company Sin Cars, which is fitting because this thing is ugly as sin.
Talking music, politics and horsepower with the Run the Jewels rapper while he lit up the track.
The driver, who's in a Model S, describes the turn as a "trucks flip over kinda turn," has previously tested autopilot on the curve and has never made it all the way through without grabbing the wheel.
The city's crackdown on electric bikes is destroying the livelihood of people who make deliveries for a living — and shows how the gig economy platforms that pay them abdicate any responsibility to help.
Here's a look back at its evolution from souped-up Celica to Hollywood movie star.
“That’s it! This has to stop!” my neighbor yelled as he marched into my yard, a vein seemingly ready to burst from his forehead. I was in my backyard innocently trying to push a Kia Rio out of a mud pit with my Jeep, but he was having none of it.
Like other self-driving test fleets, the trucks will have human drivers behind the wheel.
More things in life need play-by-play commentary. Perhaps none more so than high speed car chases that end with the perp trying to escape on foot, only to be taken down by the canine unit.
These vehicles can handle a hell of a lot — this guy is just that idiotically rad.
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