True, gas prices have gone up in most places around the world in the past few years, but are a few gallons of petrol worth more than the safety and well-being of your partner?
Obviously, for most people the answer to this question would be "no", but when it comes to criminals and possibly harmful individuals, anything goes, as we see in this surveillance video from a gas station at Mt Warren Park in southeast Queensland, Australia.
Crown Victoria Police Cruiser NHTSA Probe Upgraded Last September, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a probe into the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor for a possible problem with the steering assembly. Now the investigation has been upgraded to a formal engineering analysis, the process that determines whether the American automaker will have to issue a recall. There are an estimated... more
Footage from a dashboard camera of Monday's horrifying airplane crash at the Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan that claimed the lives of seven American crew members, has surfaced online.
Fox Detroit reported that according to military sources in the Pentagon and in Afghanistan, the video was most likely shot by a service member driving security at Bagram Airfield, which could explain how calm the driver is after witnessing the crash.
In the video, the Boeing 747 cargo plane that was transporting vehicles, is seen ascending but then it slowly starts to veer of course before it quickly plunges into the ground.
It's not exactly luxurious, and it's not sporty in the on-road sense of the term, but there's something about this 1985 Mercedes-Benz 280GE "rebranded" as a 300GD that makes us want to clear a space in the garage. The Portland-area seller describes the diesel G as "city tough" and says it's equipped with a pretty comprehensive set of new or...
Welcome to Must Read, where we single out the best stories from around the automotive universe and beyond. Today we've got reports from Hemmings, The Kansas City Star, Business Insider, and The Wall Street Journal.
Last night we saw a V8 Miata start itself, a home, and a man on fire. I got in touch with the "idiot kid" who did nearly everything wrong in the face of danger. This is why he tried to blow out an engine fire with his mouth, why he sprayed his engine with water, and just how badly he was burned.
Jessica Heeringa, 25, was working the late shift at an Exxon station in Norton Shores, MI when she was abducted at about 11 PM on Friday, April 26. The young mom's car and other belongings were left at the station, and it seems she was taken away in a silver or grey minivan. The only footage of the vehicle was recorded from a tavern about a mile away from the Exxon station, and the image of the van is pretty awful. That's where we come in.
Nissan has released more details on the 2014 model year 370Z Nismo that comes with new exterior and interior accents, and which will go on sale this summer at Nissan dealers throughout the U.S. We'll remind you that Nissan had revealed the 2014MY 370Z Nismo at the Chicago Auto Show this past February. Read more »
Is planking still a thing? Are the kids still planking? Or are they crumping or doing horse or using their HAM radios now? I can't tell. Anyway, if planking's still a thing, these guys just won it. Oh, and no one was hurt, so we can be amazed at how nuts this is with clear consciences.
The May 15 world premiere date for the all-new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is nearing, and the first official photo showing the exterior of the car has broken cover, courtesy of the German firm itself. To explain, Mercedes-Benz uploaded the picture on its mobile consumer website in Austria earlier this morning but has since removed it.
The single picture shows the front-quarter end of Mercedes’ new flagship luxury sedan, which is dominated by a larger grille than on the current model and teardrop-shaped headlights.
Remember that time that Chris Brown beat the crap out of Rihanna? Of course you do. Well, all seems to be pretty ok between them now, because for a reason that we can scarcely understand, Rihanna just bought Chris a $1 Million Mercedes Benz SLR Stirling Moss.
Land Rover just turned 65 on April 30 and aside from the usual festivities with a historical display of more than 130 vehicles at the company's original testing ground at Packington Estate, the automaker presented a new special edition Defender named "LXV", which is the Roman numeral for 65.
It is based on the standard Defender Hard Top and equipped with a 2.2-liter diesel engine producing 120hp (122PS) and 360Nm (265 lb-ft) of torque, linked to a 6-speed manual.
Could a headlight really block out rain droplets from a driver’s line of sight? Apparently so, claim researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and tech giant Intel, who are currently testing the technology. According to a report from CNET, first picked up by Autoblog, the technology uses a special headlight that acts more like a projector...