Doing 190.6 mph is amazing under any circumstances. It is even more so when it’s done on an electric motorcycle.
(SAN ANTONIO) Rocker Sammy Hagar, who once sang "I Can't Drive 55," might want to move to Texas. The California-born singer may be able to drive 85 in the Lone Star State if a measure approved by the Texas House becomes law. 1200WOAI news reports
A start-up, Liquid Piston, aims to greatly improve the efficiency of internal combustion.
High speed trains are so passé — for comfortable superfast travel, hop on the Superbus.
“The Centennial Edition not only celebrates our 100 years, it once again pushes Corvette forward for a new generation of sports car fans.”
A man police say grabbed paper towels from a maintenance cart at a rail station in Atlanta and used them to blow his nose wound up in jail. A police report says a man identified as Alfred Murphy grabbed the towels at a MARTA station Monday afternoon,
The automaker aims to bring a cheap hybrid technology used in some large vehicles to passenger cars.
Wildcat Discovery Technologies, a startup in San Diego, California, has developed new materials that could boost the storage capacity of lithium-ion batteries for cars and portable electronics by more than 25 percent.
UPS relies heavily on telematics, as does GM with OnStar. The federal government could do a better job of capitalizing on the science. So he started thinking about one of the largest mobile networks on Earth: the post office.
When Sir Richard Branson unveiled the Virgin Oceanic submarine, he noted that "More men have been to the moon than have been down further [underwater] than 20,000 feet." To that end, he and explorer pal will take the submarine to the deepest trenches
I don’t know if my mother received pre-natal care, although I do have the name of the doctor who delivered me (also deceased). Circumcision? Well, I don’t recall the details. Does the State Department plan to inspect my...
They may not actually be driving on the moon, but 84 teams from the United States and three other countries are hoping they've got the right stuff to win NASA's latest rover race, a pedal-powered challenge to build the sleekest, fastest mock moonbugg
By looking to the neural networks of spiders, crabs, lobsters, and worms, European researchers are building better gait-governing systems for robots. Mimicking the rhythmic nerve impulses of some invertebrates
The Switchblade, a flying motorcycle brainstormed into reality by its visionary inventor, Sam Bousfield, may soon take to the skies. Flying cars have been a mainstay of science fiction from the days of Hugo Gernsback and pulp fiction to the Star Wars
Federal ethanol mandates, which have led to a steady increase in the production of ethanol made from corn, are a major reason why food prices worldwide have reached record levels in the past several months, according to some economists.
Researchers who have spent the last two years studying the security of car computer systems have revealed that they can take control of vehicles wirelessly.
Michigan researchers have built a prototype of a new auto motor that does away with pistons, crankshafts and valves, replacing the old internal combustion engine with a disc-shaped shock wave generator
One day you may be able to think your car to its destination. That's the promise German researchers are making with their amazing new automobile appropriately named "MadeInGermany." The team of engineers ran their incredible prototype through two
If your free time is spent at all like ours, you poke around European eBay sites checking out wonders of the automotive world that will never make it to our shores. Like fresh Guinness, strong coffee and heated towel racks, some creations just can't
* Saudi women should be allowed to drive, senior prince says * Royal family is facing calls for change
In late February, the Transportation Security Administration took over the Amtrak station in Savannah, Ga., and thoroughly searched every person who entered. None of the passengers got into trouble, but the TSA certainly did — big time. Amtrak Pol
Google's self-driving car project is ambitious at heart--working with DARPA, Google is aiming to cut the number of traffic-related fatalities by as much as half, saving fuel along the way.
A man in Tampa, Fla., has uncovered what he calls an illegal scheme by the state's turnpike authority to detain motorists who pay tolls with $20, $50 or $100 bills until they disclose personal information recorded by the state. Joel Chandler first
Peruse Chevrolet's February sales release, and you'll notice one number that's blatantly missing: the number of Chevy Volts sold.
Passengers were forced to enter train station by TSA goons who swarmed them on platform
At one point the price of Brent Crude spiked on the London market, hitting $119.79 a barrel – $8.54 higher than when trading started yesterday morning.
Hop into this Ego Compact Semi Submarine, and without any extensive training you can be on your way to exploring the deep blue sea in no time.
After three years of planning, a missile on wheels designed to top 1,000 mph is finally under construction.
If people think they can avoid the TSA by staying away from airports, they’re going to be in for a rude awakening. TSA is clearly engaged in a total takeover of society and plans to have its agents searching, patting down, scanning and harassing Amer
This Article Is A Load of Crap !. Roundabouts Are No safer Than A Controlled Intersection, In Fact they Cause drivers to Be more Aggressive !, By Not wanting to Stop, They Speed Up In Order To Beat The Other Traffic Trying To Get Thru The IntersectRead Letter