Tech & Transport
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How Old Do You Need to Be to Rent a Car in the U.S.?
How to Restore Your Car's Faded Black Trim
What's the Secret Behind the Numbers on the Interstate Signs?
Could the Barnacle Windshield Blocker Replace Boot Wheel Clamps?
Are aerodynamic trailers cheaper to tow than boxy ones?
Who Insures Race Car Drivers and Their Cars?
How Has the HANS Device Changed Car Racing?
Female-only Rebelle Rally Teaches More Than Just Navigation
Searching for the Most Reliable Cars? 3 Things to Consider
Used Cars Cost More Than Ever. Here's How to Avoid Getting a Bad Deal
8 Tips for Buying a Car Online
Kit Cars Put You in the Driver's Seat of the Hottest Cars in the World
Why Did Cars Have 'Suicide Doors' and Do They Still Exist?
What Is the Most Expensive Car in the World?
Car Safety Systems Don't Always 'See' in Bad Weather, AAA Says
Your Chances of Hitting a Deer Rise in the Fall
Can U.S. Cities Avert Gridlock as Life Returns to 'Normal'?
What's the Most Americans Have Ever Paid for Gas?
Rivian Aims to Change the EV Industry One Pickup at a Time
Why Can't You Pump Your Own Gas in New Jersey?
Cyberquad for Kids: Baby's First Tesla
Behind the Scenes at Supercross
Can Popping a Wheelie Land You in Jail?
Can Your Truck Do the Carolina Squat? Should It?
Carmakers to Revive Classic SUVs
Why the Trucking Industry Actually Supports Higher Fuel Taxes
How to Replace Your Car's Serpentine Belt
Why the Stick Shift Is Going Extinct
What's the Fastest Car in the World?
Not every business can get one of the coveted six spots on your typical 'gas, food, lodging' highway sign. Competition can be stiff, so here's how it works.
A 2019 study evaluated public transportation in 100 U.S. cities and ranked them from best to worst. So who got top dibs, and how is theses cities and the residents benefiting?
Pay-as-you-go electric scooters are becoming ubiquitous features of urban life. They're great for the environment, but how safe are they?
How are driverless trucks changing trucking? Will human truckers still exist in the near future?
Studies are finding that the more technology and safety features we have in our cars, the worse we drive.
Monday, Aug. 21, may see hours of extra traffic on either side of the two-minute astronomical event.
A small Canadian town found out it would be cheaper to subsidize Uber rides than to supply its own bus system. Is this a view of what's to come?
Do ridesharing apps offer a less-discriminatory way to get a ride than hailing a taxi? A recent study says they can be just as difficult.
Companies like Uber, Google, Ehang and Terrafugia are at work on innovative autonomous flying vehicles.
Who needs Google Maps? The ride-sharing behemoth is dipping its toes into developing its own web-based mapping system.
By Chris Opfer
Mind the gap! A prototype Transit Elevated Bus will glide over traffic in an effort to reduce China's notoriously bad road congestion.
Uber's ride-sharing service may be convenient, but it's also controversial. It can get you where you need to go, but it's definitely not the same as calling a cab.
First of all, I should get it out of the way and say that I always wear a helmet. Learn more about bike helmets.
Vinegar has been around since the dawn of civilization. Learn more about the 9 green uses for vinegar in the car.
Future cars, equipped with loads of sensors, will be able to detect when you’re too drowsy (or too drunk) to drive, and even if you’re having a heart attack.