With ever increasing laws, rules, and regulations on how we operate our vehicles, drivers will take any help available to keep things legal. The first place to start is your infotainment system.
There was a time when men picked out the family car, but times have changed. Women are not only deciding what they want to drive, they’re also writing about cars and the automotive industry so everyone can make a more informed purchase. The Women’s World Car of the Year recognizes the importance of women to […]
The first cold days are here and now your car has no heat. We run down the reasons why so you can feel warm and toasty again.
There’s a debate raging over at the Car Talk Communities about advanced safety technology and teen drivers. “I’ve noticed your partiality to all the new safety features available on today’s cars – automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning and rear cross traffic alert, amongst others,” writes Michael Britten. With his own teen grandchildren about […]
There are people who love their cars. They love them so much they buy things like shirts and hats and blankets and pretty much anything with the name of their favorite automaker. Tesla owners are pretty high up on the list of raving fans and they may soon have a new way to toast their […]
Bullitt celebrated its 50th anniversary this week, with a limited release at AMC theaters across the country. Here’s a few things you might not have known about the 1968 classic.
Electric car subsidies started way back in 1992 when there weren’t many choices and these cars were a novelty. Charging stations weren’t the common sight they are today and if you told someone you had an electric car, then they’d probably look at you funny. Today, electric cars are commonplace and one Senator says it’s […]
Road signs are there for a reason. When we learn to drive we also learn to pay attention to those signs because they keep us safe, help us figure out where we’re going, and in general are an essential part of navigating road ways. Ignore a road sign and things might not turn out too […]
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is about to approve smart headlights for the U.S. in use worldwide for over a decade. Here’s why it matters to everyday drivers.