What started out as an exciting business partnership and an easy transportation method, has turned into a "disaster for public safety."
- Argus Leader
There were also 25 drug arrests on the rally’s first day.
- The Daily Beast
Frederick M. Brown/Daily Mail.com via APA traveling Texas nurse is facing multiple murder charges after running a red light and crashing into traffic while allegedly driving 90 mph in Windsor Hills, California.Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced on Monday that Nicole Linton has been charged with six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter for the multi-car crash, which left six people dead and Linton facing a 90-year prison sentence if convicted
Russian airlines, including state-controlled Aeroflot, are stripping jetliners to secure spare parts they can no longer buy abroad because of Western sanctions, four industry sources told Reuters. The steps are in line with advice Russia's government provided in June http://static.government.ru/media/acts/files/1202206270017.pdf for airlines to use some aircraft for parts to ensure the remainder of foreign-built planes can continue flying at least through 2025. Sanctions imposed on Russia after it sent its troops into Ukraine in late February have prevented its airlines from obtaining spare parts or undergoing maintenance in the West.
Ford's starting to trim its vehicle configurations and options, in order to simplify supply chains and reduce costs. Here's what's happening
- CBS News
Turbulence, which causes planes to suddenly jolt while in flight, is considered a fairly normal occurrence and nothing to fear.
BRP brands Can-Am and Sea-Doo reveal electric powersports products. Can-Am shows a pair of electric motorcycles, and Sea-Doo an electric hydrofoil.
A former airplane crew member advises fliers against walking barefoot on dirty floors, drinking too much alcohol, and sitting in bulkhead seats.
- Fox News
Anne Heche slurred through the "Better Together" podcast with Heather Duffy, posted hours before she was involved in a near-fatal collision in Los Angeles.
He definitely has the best celebrity collection we've seen in a long time.
- Road & Track
The issue is the result of a potentially faulty brake fluid reservoir cap that might not allow enough pressure to ventilate, leading to leaking fluid.
- Yahoo Life Shopping
Shop this $15 car must-have and never drive in a disorganization mess again.
- Bradenton Herald
The biker was not wearing a helmet.
- Consumer Reports
The Inflation Reduction Act changes which new EVs get a tax break, but it’s clear that used-car buyers will get a benefitBy Keith BarrySome new and used electric cars may be getting more affordab...
These cars are so rare most people never see one, this guy owns four and is proud of it.
- Idaho Statesman
All lanes of U.S. 20 were blocked for approximately two hours while emergency responders assisted people and cleared the scene.
- Consumer Reports
Save money on cars recommended by Consumer ReportsBy Todd Young and Jeff S. BartlettA great price for a vehicle isn’t necessarily a good deal if the car doesn’t measure up. So we help you choose ...
- Yahoo Finance
While the proposed expansion of EV tax credits sounds like good news for the automakers, several requirements have now been introduced that have the automakers claiming 70% of EVs and PHEVs (plug-in hybrid EV) will not qualify for the credit, and it could get worse from there.
Runaway trains. Subway cars belching smoke and fire. Fatal accidents. Malfunctioning station escalators. Rush hour trains running on weekend schedules. Brand-new subway cars pulled from service. Derailed construction vehicles.
Rising Gas Prices Got You Thinking Electric? Here’s How Much You’ll Pay for the Most Popular Used EVs
The rise in gas prices has led to a spike in interest in electric vehicles (EVs). From February 2022 to March 2022, CarMax received 1.5 times the search volume for the term "electric" -- around the...
This incredible European performance car is the perfect weapon for any high-rolling track warrior.