Our roads are have been transformed into a revenue generating control grid. And this is just yet another example of how government feels the need to constantly watch, monitor, track and regulate everything that we do.
A car sits outside the old Capital building in Havana, Cuba, in June 2012. The Cuban state still maintains a monopoly on the retail sale of cars.
We weren't surprised this summer when Hennessey Performance Engineering, the Texas tuning house that makes awesome cars even more awesome, turned its attention to the new 2014 Corvette Stingray.
In late November, I had the opportunity to visit North Korea for a rare peek inside the most secretive country on Earth.
If things get bad, you will probably want to stay put – if where you are when things go bad is a relatively safe area. But what if you need to bug out? And how about staying mobile in a S hitting the F scenario?
Electric vehicle range drops in cold weather, and technological solutions are years away.
Almost everything we own and use, at some point, travels to us by container ship, through a vast network of ocean routes and ports that most of us know almost nothing about. Journalist Rose George tours us through the world of shipping, the underpinn
Three years ago we reported on the FX Mountain Moto, which was claimed to be the world’s lightest adult-sized dirt bike.
Tesla's cheaper electric car is coming.
Since the episode last night of Doomsday Preppers had a guy modifying an old school bus to be his battle wagon after the destruction caused by of an F5 tornado, I thought I would share this article showing other options you might consider.
There's nothing quite like leaning into a turn on a motorcycle.
We might even choose the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible over the Coupe.
A Canadian firm by the name of Dubuc Super Light Car has come out with a kit car that offers fans of performance driving an affordable and lightweight sports model.
One of the biggest perks of owning a $60,000+ Tesla is that you get free access to their Supercharger stations. For life.
Nürburgring times are the yardstick that all new performance cars are measured. A lap under 10 minutes is good. Anything under eight minutes is astounding. But the new benchmark for the next generation of hybrid hypercars is seven minutes.
Never ones to turn down a chance to sing about vehicles, we can’t help but take a little inspiration from Zager and Evans: "In the year 2025, if man is still alive, if race cars can survive, what will we find?" The Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challe
Can a newly married couple survive when every living necessity can only be purchased with "cryptocurrency"?
"An advanced city is not one where even the poor use cars, but rather one where even the rich use public transport," argues Enrique Peñalosa. In this spirited talk, the former mayor of Bogotá shares some of the tactics he used to change the transport
The muscle car has finally — finally — evolved for the 21st century. And it starts with the 2015 Ford Mustang.
At car shows and in TV commercials, automakers like to brag about their “radical engineering.” But there’s nothing radical about the automotive business.
Take the Empire State Building, lay it on the ground and add another 150 feet.
Nissan's Autonomous Drive makes a first on Japan's highways.
This advance is so meta.
Back in 2009, MIT's SENSEable City team unveiled its Copenhagen Wheel prototype. In a nutshell, it's a self-contained electrically-powered rear bicycle wheel that can be installed on any regular bike, instantly turning it into an e-bike.
The product, named the RF Safe-stop, works by sending an RF pulse to a car at up to 165 feet away. The pulse “confuses” the car’s electronic systems, which made the “dashboard warning lights and dial erratic.” The engine then stalls, and the
This is Der Zeisel, the tank tread equipped wheelchair that can conquer just about anything mother nature can dish out. In German, Der Zeisel means "the ground squirrel" and its operators just might feel like they're zipping about just like a squirre
My transportation Plan B for when the big one hits is your basic bicycle.
A commuter train that derailed over the weekend, killing 4 passengers, was hurtling at 82 mph as it entered a 30 mph curve, a federal investigator said. But whether the wreck was the result of human error or mechanical trouble was unclear,
A strange concept car recently appeared at China's Guangzhou Auto Show. Designed to be fully autonomous, the vehicle boasts swiveling front seats, massive gullwing doors, and a dashboard heavily populated with screens. It also has a unique sort of sa
In general, while Z.T.'s post concerns tire maintenance, you should think "maintenance" on all fronts.