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Think you need to have your oil changed every 3,000 miles? Think again.
You may be surprised to know that self-driving cars never go on country roads because so far companies have only done the necessary precise mapping on city streets. An MIT project is changing all that.
Fighting the funk brought on by an animal decomposing inside your car engine can be hard, but not impossible. Here's how to do it.
By Dave Roos
Winter tires are very different from all-season and snow tires. So who needs them?
Will the programming of truly driverless cars prevent them from violating traffic laws? That might actually make traffic move faster.
Whether diesel- or gasoline-powered cars spit out more toxins depends on the pollutant measured, a new study says.
Autonomous vehicles could prevent a lot of car accidents from occurring. And that's good news — except for one particular population relying on organ donations.
Thanks to some open source software on the internet, other people are trying it too.
By Alia Hoyt
Putting 300,000 miles on a vehicle may seem like an impossible goal, but there are plenty of ways to extend a car's life span.
Racecar driver Sam Schmidt was paralyzed in a car crash in 2000. Nevada just issued him a first-of-its-kind license to take his special car on the road.
Graham is what you get when an artist, a trauma surgeon and a collision expert team up to imagine what humans would like if we evolved to fit cars.
By Ben Bowlin
On May 7, Joshua Brown died while driving his Tesla Model S with the Autopilot system engaged. What, if anything, does that mean for the future of driverless cars?