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How Do You Get To Work? In A Major City, You Probably Drive Alone For 25.8 Minutes

How Do You Get To Work? In A Major City, You Probably Drive Alone For 25.8 Minutes

Centuries from now, our descendants may look back in wonder and amusement at the automobile. (Assuming humanity hasn't destroyed itself, of course.) Cultural anthropologists will give tours of history museums, announcing with dramatic flair, "Back then, people had to leave their homes for work, and... read more

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A Dream Garage

Analysis: The More Cars You Have, The More You Drive One Of Them

The fewer vehicles you have in your household, the more likely you are to put some serious miles on each of those wheels, right? Actually, that’s not at all the case... read more April 16, 2015 by 


 
Traffic

The Worst Cities In The World For Rush Hour Traffic

How bad is your daily commute? Do you try to get to your desk early or leave late to avoid traffic? You're not alone: according to TomTom, Planet Earth's commuters waste an... read more April 1, 2015 by 


 
2015 Tesla Model S

Lovefest: Tesla Model S Owners More Likely To Recommend The Brand

While Tesla Motors continues to fight it out on a state level with dealership groups—most recently gaining ground in Georgia but getting shut out in West... read more March 28, 2015 by 


 
Midlife Crisis Cars (infographic by CarMax)

Midlife Crisis Cars: Men Want Black & Sporty, Women Want Red & Practical

You see it all the time: middle-aged men (and occasionally, women) driving sleek, sexy sports cars or brawny motorcycles. The disconnect between the drivers' midlife gravitas... read more February 4, 2015 by 


 
Detroit (via Google Maps)

10 Most & Least Expensive ZIP Codes For Car Insurance: Are Your Neighbors Driving Up Your Rates?

Most insurance ads would have you believe that your premium is based solely on your driving history. They talk about forgiving motorists for accidents and reducing premiums... read more January 26, 2015 by 


 
Gas Pumps

Despite Low Gas Prices, MPGs Remain Car Shoppers' #1 Criteria Says J.D. Power

If you've been near a gas pump in the past several weeks, you may have felt like Rip van Winkle: disoriented, confused, and wondering if the past several years have all been... read more January 16, 2015 by 


 
New Ford GT, 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Once Again, Ford Owners Are The Most Loyal In America Says IHS Survey

Competition between automakers may be stiffer than ever, but brand loyalty isn't dead -- at least not among Ford fans. Research firm IHS analyzed 12 months of data and... read more January 14, 2015 by 


 
Bridgestone Teens Drive Smart - Don't Text and Drive

Study: To Cut Teen Car Crashes, Start School Later In The Day

It's no secret that teenagers are more prone to auto accidents than older drivers. That's largely why teen motorists are so expensive to insure. We usually attribute younger... read more November 24, 2014 by 


 
J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index

J.D. Power: Mercedes-Benz, MINI Are Tops In Customer Satisfaction (Acura, Mitsubishi? Not So Much)

Earlier this week, we talked about the many ways that dealers can ruin the customer experience -- often by hounding consumers for good ratings on surveys and social media... read more November 14, 2014 by 


 
Thief Stealing a Car

Over 40% Of You Are Worried About Your Car Being Stolen Right Now

Between the Halloween B-movies filling cineplexes and "sexy Ebola" costumes littering the internet (real ones this time), the world's a scary place. But according to a recent... read more October 28, 2014 by 


 
National Lampoon's Vacation

Men Love Sporty Rides, Women Love Practical Cars, And Other Stereotypes

Another week, another study about the many differences (and fewer similarities) between men and women. This time, the study crossing our desk comes from KBB.com, and it shows... read more October 23, 2014 by 


 
Gas pump

Advocacy Group Says That Fuel Economy Is America's #1 Criteria When Shopping For A New Car

When you're looking for a new car, there are lots of factors to consider: how the car looks, how comfortable the ride is, its high-tech amenities, the number of cup-holders... read more October 20, 2014 by 


 
The Jetsons Car

Transportation 2030: Study Envisions Autonomous Car Hell, Autonomous Bus Heaven, No Flying Cars

Look out the window. Are the roads in your city/town/hamlet clogged with traffic? Have they been that way for the past several decades? Do you wonder if things ever get... read more October 9, 2014 by 


 
Seattle Center as night falls (photo by Jeffery Hayes)

Seattle, Boston, Washington, D.C. Ranked Safest Cities For Pedestrians

As anyone who's watched The Walking Dead can tell you, it's hard out there for a walker. There's construction to avoid, broken sidewalks to navigate, and the biggest obstacle... read more October 9, 2014 by 


 
AAA Foundation study infographic: 'Measuring Cognitive Distraction in the Vehicle'

Toyota, Hyundai Ace AAA's Distracted Driving Study; Mercedes, Ford, Apple Fare Poorly

The National Transportation Safety Board may have been right all along, and former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood may have to eat a little crow. That's because the... read more October 7, 2014 by 


 

 
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