WaiveCar lets you rent an electric car, and it’s free for 2 hours

The new service lets you use the WaiveCar app to find an electric car, book it, drive it around for free for two hours, and drop it off at certain spots. It'll cost you $6 per hour after that. It's only available now at Santa Monica and…

Mercedes may build a fuel cell version of its GLC-Class SUV

Mercedes-Benz will launch a hydrogen fuel cell version of its GLC-Class crossover next year, an executive says. That would likely make Mercedes the first luxury automaker to sell a fuel-cell vehicle to the public.

The US government wants to jump-start the autonomous future with new self-driving rules

President Obama will add $4 billion into the 2017 budget to accelerate autonomous car projects. The U.S. Department of Transportation has also announced it will develop a national blueprint for self-driving car technology development within…
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Beltronics GT-7 radar detector Review

Glide past speed traps with a smile when you have Beltronic's GT-7 riding shotgun.

Motorsport 101: Everything you need to know, from F1 to NASCAR

The world of motorsports is fast, furious, and a bit overwhelming at times. Here, we breakdown some of the major series and types of racing, so you'll be in the know in regards to the Daytona 500, 24 Hours of LeMons, and everything else in…

It’s official: Las Vegas throws a better auto show than Detroit

The Detroit Auto Show has always held prestige, but this year, the tech world's biggest trade show may have displaced it. Major automakers debuted better cars and better car tech at CES in Las Vegas than they did a week later in Detroit.

Hyundai’s Santa Cruz truck seems a shoo-in for production, but will buyers bite?

The Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup truck concept that turned quite a few heads at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show is nearly assured for production, Hyundai's U.S. boss says. Can newbie Hyundai figure out the truck market?