We have autonomous technology in our cars, but there are no cars for sale just yet that allow you to sit in the back seat and snooze while the car does all the work. The technology needs further testing and the government needs to give its approval first, but there is a bigger obstacle. People […]
It appears that Bavarian Motor Works thinks that the car key is a thing of the past. We’re here to give the car key its proper respect, and we hope that it lives on in the future.
One of the biggest objections people have to electric vehicles is the limited range. It’s easy to find a gas station when you’re on the road, but chargers for electric cars aren’t as common. Even though most people don’t drive enough in an average day to need a charge away from home, range anxiety is […]
Even if the extent of your automotive technical knowledge begins and ends with prime time television commercials, you probably understand that the most engine wear takes place when you start your car. Now that we’ve arrived at a point when most new cars have auto-stop/start technology which increases the number of starts in an average […]
A lot of us are vintage car people here at BestRide, content to tooling around in old Blazers, Celebrity wagons and Roadmaster Estates instead of owning the most recent technologically advanced sedan. But there’s one area in which we envy new car owners: car audio. You ride around with your podcasts and your Pandora playing […]
Testing of autonomous cars is generally limited to a specific area. There are even different rules in different U.S. states, but Continental and Magna have plans to test autonomous cars on a trip right across the U.S.-Canada border.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee approved a key piece of legislation designed to get self-driving cars on our roads more quickly. The bipartisan bill was unanimously approved on a 54-0 vote Thursday.
My friend Sajeev Mehta writes for The Truth About Cars. One of his readers has a problem with his usage of “engine” vs. “motor” in his writing. Is he correct?