By: Annie Boss Women’s History Month is coming to a close, and we’d like to finish on a high note with Part Two of our Trailblazing Women in Automotive Series. We’re here to honor some of the important and impactful contributions made by women in the automotive industry. Emily Post While Emily Post may be more famous for her numerous writings on etiquette (get your elbows off the table!), […]
Today’s cars have autonomous features, but none of them are fully autonomous. No matter how much steering and braking they can manage, a human driver is still required as backup. The Cruise Origin has no such restrictions and looks completely unlike today’s cars. Cruise Automation is the autonomous vehicle subsidiary of General Motors. It debuted […]
Automatic emergency braking is proven to stop accidents. But can it also cause them when it fails? Here’s our take having tested thousands of new vehicles.
Shopping for tires has never been easier. However, there are a few things to do before you head out and a couple to do when you are at the shop.
Potholes cost American drivers a staggering sum each year for repairs. Here’s what the latest data tells us.
The holiday season is in full swing and you need a quick gift everyone will appreciate. AAA membership is very quick and easy to set up.
BMW will offer Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in its vehicles in 2020 and both will be wireless.
A new study by an insurance company finds that drivers find shopping for insurance very painful. Here’s what else the study uncovered.
One safety group continues to make top ratings harder. This time it is side-impact testing.