Turns out, dropping a giant concrete block onto a car ends exactly like how you would imagine it would: the car gets completely obliterated and smashed to smithereens. Crash Zone pulled off this incredibly silly stunt and filmed it in slow motion so you can see the damage in lovely, exacting detail. The concrete block…
This is a foam-covered road in coastal Queensland, Australia. What you'll notice first is a bus braving the foam to get its passenger in the rig… OMG WHERE DID THAT CAR FROM?
Fellow Subaru admirers, I'm drooling. Some guy thought that it would be a good idea — and it is — to drop one of Subaru's turbocharged WRX STI engines into this little ol' BRAT. With that kind of power, there won't be many Kangaroos who can outrun it.
Chris Snow bought his son a '66 Mustang as a 16th birthday present. He and his son worked on the car together. Now it's been stolen and he is offering no less than $10,000 to get it back.
I have a long commute. Traffic makes it much longer. It's incredibly boring and I'm sitting down for hours, and I heard somewhere (everywhere) that sitting is going to kill me. How can I make my commute suck less?
I'd like to integrate my smartphone into my car, but it's a pretty basic vehicle that's a far cry from technologically advanced. What can I do without paying a fortune to make my car and smartphone work well together?
U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson has resigned in the wake of two hit and run crashes earlier this month, said to have been caused by a seizure at the wheel. An investigation into the crashes is still underway.
Watch this father as he jumps out of a moving car to save his baby daughter from being run over by other cars in this busy intersection of Wenzhou, a city in the east of China. It was quite the move.
Chances are good that if you read yesterday's post about that racing simulator, you're a fan of racing games. And, chances are also good that the racing games you play and love so damn much are first-person — basically, where you're looking out of — or over — the windshield. Let's meet the unsung German engineer who,…
With gas prices peaking this time of year, the idea of picking up a rewards credit card to help you save some cash might seem pretty appealing. Consumer Reports took a hard look at these cards and found that they're actually not a very good deal at all—even if you do buy a lot of gas.
When encountering a tricky problem, it always pays to play to your strengths. Like a scientist from UCSD who was issued with a traffic ticket for failing to completely stop at a stop sign. His response? A four-page paper describing how the ticket defied the laws of physics.
Google has added another family member to its autonomous vehicle program, and an eagle-eyed reader in Southern California caught the Big G's Lexus RX450h out and about during testing.
Whether you're trying to track down a bad driver or someone who keeps leaving their car outside your house, you can often find out who they are and how to contact them from their license plate number and a simple Google search. Security expert Brandon Gregg explains:
There is a new version of Sand Flea, the amazing 11-pound radio-controlled car beast that can race and jump over buildings.
While your car might not have the mess of cables you'll find underneath you desk, it has recently become a home for more technology than it is prepared to handle. Here's how you can keep those stray chargers, audio cables, and whatever else under control so you're not fighting wires while trying to concentrate on the…
Your current auto insurer (and perhaps other service providers) may be holding out on you. If you're eligible for a lower rate, you probably won't be automatically given one unless you ask for it. In one case, the New York Times reports, one man would have been paying twice as much on his policy had he not gotten a…
Have you ever cranked up the music in your car only to realize you just blew out your cheap factory speakers with too much bass? If you have, you know that once the speaker's blown, it sounds distorted. Thankfully, Instructables user sgtjasonshrout outlines a simple way to fix busted speakers with masking tape.
You're driving home from work one day when the car owner's worst nightmare happens: the check engine light pops on. It comes without warning and with no explanation. For most drivers, this means a trip to the mechanic, but it's not difficult to diagnose (and sometimes fix) yourself.
The Pixar film Cars is a story of redemption and personal growth about, well cars. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1996 Dodge Avenger has been given new life as a homage to that CGI flick, but is there anything redeemable about its price?