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Want to race? Your first laps start at the Lucas Oil racing school

Racing school can improve your driving skills tremendously, and in some cases, start your motorsport career. Unfortunately, most courses are unattainably expensive. Lucas Oil’s School of Racing is here to change that.
Apple

How to turn your new MacBook Pro into KITT from ‘Knight Rider’

Take a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Here's how to turn your new MacBook Pro into the KITT car from Knight Rider. And this one won't talk back.
Cars

15 car technologies we’re thankful for (and a little spoiled by)

There’s a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, but here at DT, cool car technologies are at the top of the list. Inside, we’re giving thanks for heated seats, adaptive cruise control, and much more.
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Europe’s top court to hear Uber case with major digital commerce implications

In a case that looks to have major implications, Europe's top court will decide whether Uber is a digital service or a transport company. Arguments will be heard this week, with a decision expected in the near future.
Cars

Ford's electric mini-Mustang brings traction control to the world of kiddie cars

Fisher-Price has launched a replica of the Ford Mustang GT for kids ages 3 to 7. It packs high-tech features, such as a stability control, traction control, and the sound of a real Mustang V8.
Cars

This bonkers three-wheeled EV wants to outpace the Polaris Slingshot

A Canadian startup named Girfalco has announced plans to introduce a three-wheeled performance EV named Azkarra. The top Azkarra S model will come with all-wheel drive and a torque vectoring system.
Cars

Maserati is going electric, but it doesn't want a piece of Tesla's market share

The stunning Alfieri concept that Maserati introduced in 2014 has received the green light for production. It will launch in with a powerful gasoline-burning engine and it will spawn Maserati's first EV before the end of the decade.
Cars

In-car biometric sensors will monitor your health, make sure you're really you

Wearable biometric scanners developed for health and wellness, and security sensors like iris and fingerprint scanners will be in one in three cars by 2025. Sensors and scanners will be built-in, brought in, and cloud-enabled.
Cars

Lotus adds lightness and speed to build an Exige that preys on supercars

Lotus has introduced a new, more hardcore version of the Exige named Sport 380. It stands out as the fastest Exige yet thanks in part to a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine tuned to generate 380 horsepower.
Mobile

Banned Uber drivers can now have their appeals heard in New York City

As a result of negotiations with the Independent Drivers Guild, Uber drivers can now appeal their deactivations. However, only New York City drivers can appeal, and even then, there is plenty of fine print.
Cars

An iconic American brand is set for a comeback after 80 years on the shelf

A Texas enthusiast is taking advantage of a new law to wake up Cord from an 80-year slumber. Production could begin as early as next year, and it will be limited to no more than 325 cars annually.
Mobile

Feds want a ‘driver mode’ for smartphones to reduce driver distractions

A government agency is asking smartphone makers to build in technology that reduces the functionality of the device when its owner is driving. The idea is part of wider efforts to reduce accidents caused by distracted driving.