A recent European study has revealed that there are seven different types of drivers on today’s roadways. Continue Reading...
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Colorado is the strictest, while Texas is the most lax. Continue Reading...
Contrary to widely held beliefs millennials think driving is important. Additionally, motorists do not see electric vehicles as viable transportation options in the medium term. These are just a couple of the findings from the 2015 Continental Mobility Study Continue Reading...
Unlike in the past, the majority of teenagers in the U.S. put off getting a driver’s license. Continue Reading...
To someone unfamiliar with the place, New York City traffic seems as devoid of laws as a WWF Royal Rumble. Continue Reading...
Being obese might make car crashes more dangers according to a new study that suggests seriously overweight drivers sustain worse injuries and are more likely to be involved in collisions. Continue Reading...
Porsche has put to motion an international Youth Development Programme to foster young drivers as the German automaker prepares an expansion of its racing involvement and its entry into the LMP1 class at Le Mans for 2014. Beginning with the coming 2012 racing season, two young drivers will receive the title “Porsche Juniors” and will… Continue Reading...
California told 85,000 hybrid drivers to move over, literally. Now everyone is feeling the sting. Starting last July the yellow stickers allowing hybrid owners to drive alone in the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane expired. The move came in preparation for an anticipated increase in electric vehicles on the road that will be allowed… Continue Reading...
America’s five fastest roads have been ranked and surprisingly, the average driver’s need for speed has been dampened. American’s are traveling more slowly than they were a few years ago, likely due to rising gas prices and increased traffic enforcement. The average speeder traveled 81 mph on America’s top ten fastest roads, which is down… Continue Reading...