If you live where streetlights don’t, you already know what AAA says its studies reveal: Headlights in the U.S. are woefully inadequate.
A video surfaced this weekend showing a Volvo XC60 striking onlookers who thought the car had pedestrian detection and auto-braking. Uh, oops?
If you’re traveling this Memorial Day weekend, you may want to look into radar detector or GPS smartphone apps. Considering all the warm-weather construction and the abundance of law enforcement officers who will be giving out tickets, this info could prove quite useful.
The truck driver in this video seems to think his innocence is assured by the dashcam video he captured. We say, “Not so fast.”
Heated washer fluid systems are not new, but they remain automotive esoterica. Hydroblast, however, has an aftermarket mod that should cost about $200.
There are few aftermarket products that we can give a ringing endorsement for. I like the quality behind Hella lighting — especially the new HD 2.0 lights.
When you first jump into the all new 2015 Subaru Outback limited, you wonder why Americans have typically shunned tall wagons with AWD for SUVs.
“If you’re looking for a car that drives you and takes the wheel right from your very hands, this isn’t that car,” says an Infiniti Q50 spot. Except, it is.
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn wrote an editorial about the future of autonomous drive cars, which of course interests us.
The much-ballyhooed aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 apparently does well in crash tests — at least in SuperCrew guise.
We’re getting used to cars that make parallel parking drastically easier or even do it for us. But 60 years ago, a Cadillac was breaking that ground.
In stark contrast to the minivans that had crash test troubles lately, The returning Kia Sedona got a five-star NHTSA crash safety rating.