Spending time around older cars, you realize that there were a lot of common items that anybody under the age of 25 hadn’t experienced unless they drive old cars on purpose.
California is a particularly friendly state for companies testing self-driving car technology. There are, however, rules that must be followed in the interest of keeping the public safe. These rules include testing only cars that having a steering wheel, pedals, and a human driver sitting behind that wheel ready to take over if something goes […]
This week, Automotive News and our friends at NESN Fuel reported the prevalence of “fake ads” on Facebook, which show photos of cars depicting super-cool concept cars, but when potential buyers click on the ads, they’re directed to cars for sale that look nothing like the cars depicted.
One of the biggest disruptions to our everyday routines comes when our cars have to spend time in the shop. Even if it’s not a surprise repair, picking up and dropping off your car can be impossible to schedule. Ford is testing out a new automated kiosk that lets you drop off and pick up […]
Honda is bringing its fastest Civic to the U.S. We break down why that matters and explain who is interested in such a beast.
In the competitive compact sports-luxury coupe class, it is the details that separate good from great.
Steve McQueen delivers a classic 1960s-era anti-hero performance in the movie Bullitt, but it’s the green Mustang GT that gets all the attention. Two cars were in the movie — a stunt car and a car for closeups. The “Hero Car” used for closeups has a documented history, but it was long believed that the […]
The advent of the connected car turned our cars into mini offices. We can make phone calls, surf the internet, and access any information we want all while in our little four-wheeled wonders. Connectivity is great, but it brings with it a new set of risks. Hackers can access your car just like they access […]
March 9 marks the first time an Adopt-A-Highway sign went up on an American highway. It seems like it’s been around a lot longer, but it was on this day in 1985 that groups, individuals and companies were able to sponsor sections of highway, paying for maintenance and cleanup, or in some cases, doing it […]