The auto industry is running a highly misleading and fearmongering ad campaign in Massachusetts in an attempt to hinder independent car repair.
Nearly all the reviews for 29-year-old David Hines' businesses described "bait-and-switch practices and other deceitful activities."
Car companies are phasing out an entire class of cars. Is it because Americans only like driving big cars? Or because the car companies never bring the good small cars here to begin with?
In the year 2020, there is simply no excuse for releasing a brand new SUV without so much as a hybrid option.
I asked a sociologist why I keep developing intense, obscure obsessions, only to lose interest in one and exchange it for another.
Rich Benoit announced to his over 700,000 YouTube subscribers that he was selling his latest Tesla project in favor of purchasing a gas powered vehicle. Within hours the video was taken down for violating Community Guidelines.
Tesla provides performance upgrades for its vehicles through software updates made over-the-air. One company found a way into that process.
A new report by the Government Accountability Office concludes that the government knows more pedestrians are dying on American roads, but simply chooses not to do anything about it.
One street racer told VICE that because of the empty roads people are pushing their cars to limits unlike ever before—speeds so high they can easily outrun police helicopters.
The cars won’t fit in the room in our houses for cars.
By pulling 99 phones down empty streets, artist Simon Weckert made it look like they were gridlocked on Google Maps.