If you are a technophile you are going to love what WayRay has in store for your next car.
The move to electric vehicles is happening slowly as consumers try to wrap their minds around the idea of driving a car you plug in instead of filling up. Part of the problem is the time it takes to get enough of a charge to go about your day, so General Motors is focused on […]
Autonomous driving continues to be the next big thing, but it’s proving harder than expected to get it right. Waymo announced plans to launch its driverless taxi service by the end of the year in the U.S. followed by a launch in Europe, but the vehicles are having trouble with some rather basic driving skills. […]
The GMC Sierra is all-new for 2019 with a new look and new features. On the list is an available carbon fiber bed and a new off-road trim called the AT4, which heralds a sub-brand like the Denali. Perhaps the thing that stands out the most, however, is the MultiPro tailgate. If you have a […]
Flying cars are the stuff of sci-fi movies not reality, or are they? Terrafugia is a Massachusetts-based company working on building flying cars and it recently secured permission to begin testing them at an airport in Nashua, New Hampshire. Terrafugia is leasing hangar space at the airport and expects it to be adequate to manage […]
Tire pressure drops along with falling temperatures. Your car may sound the alarm as cooler weather sets in.
The typical car race is loud and dirty. It’s a part of the deal when you’re driving cars at high speeds around a track and it’s a part of the fun. The stands are full of fans wearing earphones to block out the sound, but spend just a few minutes at a typical race, let’s […]
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto both go a long way to combatting distracted driving. They mimic your smartphone screen on your car’s infotainment screen reducing the temptation to pick up your phone when you’re at the wheel. Functionality includes navigation, but Apple has long avoided adding two popular options. That’s about to change as Waze […]
The worldwide recycling rate for tires is only 50 percent. That’s not a horrible number, but Michelin thinks we could do better and announced ambitious goals at the recent Movin’ On mobility conference held in Montreal, Canada.