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The Union of Concerned Scientists has some good news: All 8 of the top automakers have cut their climate emissions, but Chrysler still gets a 'dirty tailpipe' award for not improving much.
Autonomous vehicles may sound like science-fiction, but the technology exists now. Here's a look at our hands-free future.
The Best or Nothing
Thirty installers, from Brazil to the Ukraine, tough it out in one of the world's most specialized events: Belron's international competition.
Atlanta's High Museum of Art showcases memorable one-of-a-kind styling. You won't see these cars together anywhere else.
The reason certain types of bacteria survived longer on different plane surfaces may be related to their differing structures.
Bike to Work Day is great, but it’s not nearly as fun, exciting, and suit-soaking as Boulder's Tube to Work Day. Check out the action here.
My brother-in-law, an upstate New York doctor, blows off steam with a used two-seat helicopter. And he took me for a ride!
You don’t have to hang up the bike after Bike to Work Day. Here are a few tips to keeping the wheel rolling at any time of year.
After suspending operations, Smith Electric Vehicles is back with a $42 million Chinese investment and plans to blanket the Earth with electric delivery vehicles.
Amtrak is enjoying record ridership, but opponents still want to shut it down.
The average American shells out nearly $10,000 for a year of driving privileges. With other options increasingly available, is it really worth it?
Looking to reduce pollution and congestion, European cities are banning vehicular traffic — and creating vibrant shopping zones in the process.
Portland, Ore., is ground zero, but working bicycles are catching on everywhere for people who want to leave their car in the garage.
The Horseless eCarriage may look like a Brass Era car, but under the skin it's a modern battery electric. The car's future is caught up in a bitter battle (with celebrities!) over the welfare of the horses.
Performance SUVs held the stage — you'd think gas didn't cost more than $3 a gallon — but the EVs were there if you looked.
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