Safety hazard confirmed.
It’s one thing to get caught texting while driving, but getting caught texting about texting while driving?
A driver survived a horror rollover crash in Australia that was caught on camera, and he even stuck the landing.
Five-thousand cans of beer in the van, 5,000 cans of beer…
How do you make schools safer? One company's key: sparing no expense.
Formula One drivers haven't hidden their disdain for the "halo," the new protective cockpit device that is mandatory this season.
Old video comes back to haunt him.
A $400,000 Lamborghini brought traffic to a standstill in Nottingham, U.K., on Sunday night, but not for the right reason.
John Force is having a rough start to the 2018 NHRA season.
Can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake.
Actor Luke Wilson and professional golfer Bill Haas were involved in a deadly crash Tuesday night after a Ferrari lost control and collided with at least two vehicles, a Los Angeles Police Department West Traffic Division spokesperson told Fox News on Wednesday.
Ford and Mazda are adding more than 35,000 pickup trucks in North America to a list of vehicles that should not be driven because they have Takata air bag inflators with a high risk of exploding.
A 79-year-old British man passed his driver’s license test for the first time, but he didn’t do it for himself.
Defending NHRA Top Fuel champion Brittany Force’s 2018 season kicked off with a big crash at the Winternationals in Pomona, California.
MORE drivers were clocked excessively speeding after watching The Fast and the Furious, a study claims.
Orange you glad you didn’t have to help clean up this mess?
Following allegations that German carmakers gassed caged monkeys to prove their diesel engines were clean, reports have emerged claiming the same foreign auto companies tested on humans, too.
German car makers used monkeys caged in gas chambers to try and prove their diesel engines were clean, according to a new Netflix documentary.
Officials in a Massachusetts town say no one was hurt when a school bus full of middle and high school students slid backward down an icy road and crashed into a stopped car.
Air bag maker Takata Corp.'s troubles worsened Monday as the company confirmed that a truck carrying its inflators and a volatile chemical exploded last week in a Texas border town, killing a woman and injuring four others.