There's no clause barring a strike by hourly workers amid this fall's national contract talks with the United Auto Workers — a by-product of the taxpayer-financed bailout that General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC retain until 2015.
The world’s first 'printed' car has finally rolled off the printing press. The 'Urbee' was made using a special printer which built up layer upon layer of bodywork - almost as if the car was 'painted' into existence, except using layers of ultra-t
Massachusetts authorities have suspended the driver's licenses of more than 100 people who converted licenses earned in Arizona before being converted to Massachusetts licenses, and are investigating hundreds more. Rachel Kaprielian, head of the
The lack of a comprehensive security strategy for the U.S.-Mexico border hampers the ability of the Department of Defense to make the best use of guardsmen assigned to help the Border Patrol, a federal report says.
I wanted to dedicate today’s Q&A to a topic that we have been receiving a huge volume of questions about lately: passports.
President Barack Obama urged Congress Wednesday to quickly pass multibillion-dollar temporary funding bills for aviation and highway projects, saying inaction would needlessly cost jobs. Obama said it would be "inexcusable" for lawmakers to not ac
We now have ADOT goons pirating people on the highway to make cash for STATE employees to live confortably till they retire in 20 years with full pension and benifits....must be nice to steal this easily.
What kind of vehicle would be good to have in bad times? Here are some thoughts on that: First, what do you need the vehicle to do?
A snowy K-Mart parking lot would have worked fine. But this being Ferrari, and the star its tradition-shredding FF – a $300,000 all-wheel-drive station wagon -- a little high-altitude showboating seemed in order.
bike lanes and automatic traffic light sensors are great, but motorists are really the ones who have to pay attention for bike riders to be safe. An intrepid mechanical engineer has one solution: Make bike lights as obvious as car lights.
General Motors has confirmed what we already told you: It will build a Cadillac plug-in hybrid using the Chevrolet Volt’s drivetrain, a move that further underscores its commitment to cars with cords.
Sovereign individuals have a Constitutionally Guaranteed and Lawful RIGHT TO TRAVEL Freely throughout the United States without the need of permission or a license from any State, City or Political S
M55’s Terminus is an imposing, uncanny $35,000 contraption which looks and works unlike any bike I’ve ever seen.
The on-again, off-again story of the super-sexy Cadillac Converj is on again.
San Francisco startup Mission Motors made a little history when factory rider Steve Rapp lapped Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in 1 minute, 31.3 seconds. That number is amazing for several reasons.
Driverless cars are just catching on in this country, but they’re already zooming around London’s main airport, ferrying passengers from their people-driven cars to the terminal.
Hyundai and Kia have sold more vehicles to Americans than all European automakers combined through the first seven months of 2011. Here’s how South Korea’s automakers have the rest of the world on the run.
Google's self-driving cars have apparently had their first fender-bender — and it was a person's fault, the company says.
Another electric motorcycle startup is jumping into the e-moto arena with a pair of machines it promises will deliver the performance of a 250cc dirt bike.
The century-old Panama Canal has a major shortcoming: New ships are too long, too deep and too wide to fit through it.
The latest perceived target for cyber criminals: the automobile. The DOT has a vision for a networked automotive future in which cars speak to each other and to roadway infrastructure via wireless communications.
In the half-century since Malcom McLean, an entrepreneurial former trucker from North Carolina, first began packing freight onto ships in uniform steel boxes, shipping containers have transformed the way we move most of the goods on Earth.
When Toyota, Fiat, and Cadillac decide the old-fashioned, noninteractive car window isn't good enough.
The Nissan Leaf can run 70-plus miles on a single charge. Now, it can also power a family home for two days if it needs to.
We’ve all had that feeling of coming to discover someone’s bashed your bumper or dinged your door. Worse, the perp didn’t have the courtesy to leave a note confessing his crime. If only you’d had a video camera to catch the guy in the act.
The Silverstone Classic bills itself as "the world’s biggest classic racing festival." With more than 7,000 cars spanning the history of motorsports, we're not about to argue.
In 15 years, a new car that gets less than 50 miles per gallon could be considered a gas-guzzler--if new fuel economy regulations President Obama plans to announce tomorrow stick.
For the first time, researchers have used brain signals to predict when a driver is about to slam on the brakes.
With the Chinese firmly in charge of the world’s supply of rare earth metals, the Japanese have been hard at work trying to devise means to reduce their reliance on rare earths in the manufacture of things like electric car motors.
A TSA agent in Connecticut was charged with harassment after he posed as a cop by flashing his badge at a woman in an attempt to intimidate her into driving faster...