Omahans like Logan Finn rely on MOBY — Metro Transit's accessible system — to get around the city but say it comes with limits.
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“A normal dad might have an old muscle car he tinkers with on the weekend, but my dad had a Boeing 720.” Twitter user Chris Croy, quoted above, is stuck somewhere midway. In a Twitter thread posted on Oct. 12, Croy, based in St Louis, Missouri, narrated his version of what happened, based on “news reports, public records, or my mom.”
- Business Insider
Porsche's first electric vehicle, the Taycan, is becoming a smash hit for the brand. This year, it's selling better than Porsche's flagship 911.
It's almost SEMA time, and that means carmakers are concocting all sorts of wild builds for the aftermarket show. This year, Toyota is building a vehicle they've dubbed the Tacozilla. It's an odd name, because while it should conjure images of a towering monster truck, the Tacozilla was inspired by a cute little camper from the 70s.
- Road & Track
The next-gen 2022 WRX will be available as a five-door in Australia. We're desperate for this variant in the U.S.
Also, this car’s been driven only 350 miles.
- Car and Driver
Based on an audio clip of the engine, we expect the new Integra to have a turbo four shared with the Civic when it arrives next year.
The republic of Venezuela is an international stolen car sanctuary.
The rear-drive Subaru BRZ is all-new for the first time since it was launched for the 2013 model year. This 2nd-generation 2022 BRZ is a “2+2” like before with two small rear seats that can be folded down to make room for cargo. In fact, bending rigidity in the front structure alone is up by a whopping 60%, which Subaru says allowed them to make the steering more responsive.
- Business Insider
Some airline pilots say they're making midair mistakes because of a lack of practice during COVID-19. One called it a 'critical situation.'
A flight officer said they accidentally switched off the wrong engine for cool down. Not flying during the pandemic "played a factor," they wrote.
- Associated Press
A former Boeing pilot was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges of deceiving safety regulators about the 737 Max jetliner, which was later involved in two deadly crashes. The indictment charges Mark A. Forkner with giving the Federal Aviation Administration false and incomplete information about an automated flight-control system that played a role in the crashes, which killed 346 people. Prosecutors said that because of Forkner's alleged deception, the system was not mentioned in pilot manuals or training materials.
- Robb Report
The Formula 1-inspired speed machine was unveiled by Lewis Hamilton in 2017.
Boeing said Thursday it will rework undelivered 787 Dreamliner planes after uncovering another defect on the jet, which has been halted for deliveries since May.
Several new electric pickup trucks and SUVs are coming to the market in the next few months, raising hopes they will help tip the scales in favor of electric vehicles by offering people their desired style.
- WCVB - Boston
Sky 5 over Soldiers Field Road eastbound, where a truck hit the BU bridge overpass. As you can see - the roof of the truck was ripped open... and the truck lost its cargo. No one was hurt. Only one lane is open.
- Car and Driver US Reviews
Alpina's take on the elegant 8-series enhances comfort but doesn't sacrifice performance.
- Kansas City Star
The baby’s car seat was found abandoned in the woods, cops say.
Midway through the run of the 2021 F-150, Ford managed to sneak in a few options that weren't quite fully baked when the updated truck first went on sale last fall. While they were announced back in April, Ford was only recently able to demo the new Onboard Scales and Smart Hitch – two features that came about as the byproduct of an updated electronic architecture engineered to enable an adaptive suspension system which Ford calls "Continuously Controlled Damping." Ford took the same extra-mile approach here as it did with the PowerBoost hybrid – looking for ways to exploit the new platform apart from the obvious.
This vintage vehicle from the days of the Great Depression is finally ready to hit the road with a new owner behind the wheel.
Technology can be a big seller in new cars, but it turns out that many digital features go unused — assuming owners even know their car has them. Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeWhy it matters: High-tech features are driving up vehicle prices. But if consumers don't use them — or are frustrated because the stuff doesn't work properly — then both automakers and car buyers are wasting their money. Driving the news: For more than 1
- Road & Track
Every Bolt made is now being recalled for battery replacement. And the guidance for how to treat your now-possible fire hazard of an electric car is ever-shifting.