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A new TV show is looking for auto-based scams, and needs to cast a few seething victims--like you.
Capacity of the new development, which will include hotels and malls, will easily dwarf current global leaders Chicago and Atlanta.
The Best or Nothing
Citing driver freedom, many states are hitting 80 and even 85 mph these days. There's plenty of evidence to suggest that's a bad idea.
The new bi-fuel car runs on 'biogas,' which is already a big deal in Europe — and it's cheap, too.
Among the negative consequences are more accidents and fewer green car sales.
Autonomous vehicles will be ready soon — to ferry retirees around closed communities.
Quant's fire-breathing electric supercar performs great — on paper. The futuristic battery tech is cool, but will it work?
Everyone assumes that wild and wooly New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York have this nailed, but not so!
With an estimated price tag of nearly a billion U.S. dollars, the 7-mile bike highway would help alleviate the British capital city's traffic and air pollution woes.
With the Ego, Italy's Energica has entered the the electric motorcycle market with a bang — not to mention a female CEO with a great story to tell.
Corvettes and Vipers aren't getting stopped by police. It's the much more mild-mannered cars that attract attention.
The hydrogen-powered Tucson has 265 miles of range, 3-minute fills, and free fuel if you sign a lease now.
The cardboard plane flew nearly 82 miles from Kankakee, Illinois, to Rochester, Indiana, in a little less than 2 hours and 7 minutes.
Last summer Felix Starck gave in to an extreme case of wanderlust and spent a year pedaling around the world.
The world's natural rubber comes from Southeast Asia, but the company is using an unassuming Texas bush to make its rubber all-American.
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