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A new study about convertible owners might surprise you.
A recent survey suggests that seniors are willing to discuss their driving abilities, but the conversations rarely happen.
According to a recent study, pregnant women are more likely to get into a car crash than before they were pregnant.
Cars are expensive any way you take them: Broken ones need to be fixed and fixed ones don’t come cheap. But the costs to own a car actually dropped in 2013 according to the results of a new study.
Attention dudes: if you think it takes a supercar to impress the ladies think again. That six-figure exotic you just bought might be sending a totally different message to women.
Depending on how old you are, there might be a new idea about how much is “too much” when it comes to drinking and getting behind the wheel.
A new survey has revealed that young adults not only want to own vehicles but are using car rentals as extended test drives.
Looking for a new set of wheels that will catch the attention of the crush in your life? A well timed study (Valentines Day is coming up) reveals that women see attractive men as driving, not sports cars, but pickup trucks.
Since 2007, the number of U.S. households abandoning cars is increasing according to a new study.
A new study finds that more electric vehicle buyers made their choice for environmental reasons than for gas mileage.
Distracted driving is risky at best and fatal at worst, yet drivers regularly ignore warnings by chowing down on a cheese burger or chatting on their cell phones.
According to a recent survey by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly half of drivers say speeding is a problem in the U.S.
According to a recent study conducted by researchers at MIT and Berkeley, roomier interiors lead to drivers to being more unethical… wait, what?
Women are more likely to be quoted an inflated price for automotive repairs according to a new study.
According to a recent study, husbands and wives are the worst backseat drivers with 40 percent of men saying their wives are the most annoying backseat drivers, and 34 percent of women citing their husbands are the most irritating.
Driving is expensive, and it’s getting worse according to a new study released today by AAA suggesting annual cost of ownership increased two percent this year.
Outlandish as it might seem, a new study is predicting that there could be as many as 1.6 million hydrogen-powered vehicles on U.K. roads by 2030.
Despite finally starting to gain traction, EVs and plug-in hybrids will continue to struggle until prices decrease according to a new study.
Trading up for the newest model used to be the norm, but a faltering economy and widely improved reliability are both stretching how long consumers keep their cars.
EuroFOT, a European large-scale field test on driving safety, is finally concluded and suggests that safety systems like adaptive cruise control and collision warning systems reduce the risk of a crash by 42 percent.
Depending on where you live, the price for car repairs and maintenance will vary according to information in a new study.
Regarded as a simplified and comprehensive car scoring site, TotalCarScore.com released its list of the “Top 10 Best Car Brands” for 2012 today.