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?
Car windows are getting a makeover thanks to Gauzy, and Israeli tech company. It has developed a new type of display that can be integrated into the glass and show videos to passersby.
Every year as summer arrives so does news of children dying of heatstroke when they are accidentally left in cars. Lawmakers are now pushing for legislation that would require new cars to have preventive systems to remind parents when a child is in the back seat.
Everyone wants a flying car, or at least they think they want one. It seems like a cool idea until you remember how much trouble the average person has keeping a car between the lines on the road. Regardless, companies are moving ahead with the technology going so far as to launch test flights. There […]
According to the Federal Trade Commission, 19 Americans fall victims to identity thieves every minute. Javelin Strategy and Research released its 2016 Identity Fraud Study, and found that $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million U.S. consumers in 2015. Credit card fraud is the second most frequent means of stealing from consumers, and perpetrators are […]