The worst nightmare of any parent is facing the loss of a child. It's an unimaginable tragedy no matter how it happens.
Cars are supposed to bring us together, yet too often gearheads are at each other's throats about what they drive and what they like. We want to change that.
Jordan Addison is a college student at Virginia's Radford University, and seems pretty much like any college student: he goes to class, probably drinks, probably has goofy in-jokes with friends, has sexual preferences, and all that good college-era crap. Unlike most college students, though, he has had his 2000 Passat…
George Lucas was a huge gearhead, growing up in the Central California car scene filled with hot rods and foreign sports cars, not unlike this Porsche 718. Surround one with stormtroopers and the influence of cars on Star Wars becomes clear.
At the age of 17, becoming a cancer patient is the last thing on almost anyone's agenda. That's a time for high school sports, class projects, and hooning the crap out of old beaters.
In an age when teenagers are forsaking cars for smartphones, it's encouraging to see that some people have the right idea and are getting their children hooked on motoring at a young age.
In Chicago, if you park your car where city workers have a job to do, it might get moved somewhere other than where you parked it. The only problem is that you might not know which parking spots are off limits or where your car has been moved.
Cuba is about more than just old cars, but the island nation's adversarial history makes car ownership unique from almost any other place in the world. If you have a car in Cuba, you probably have an old car.
Valet parking. The name itself just oozes class, sophistication, and convenience. And the best part is that for a nominal fee, you get to forget about the hassles of searching for a parking spot yourself.
San Diego got zombie-proofed today. The creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, unveiled his one-off Zombie Survival Machine at Comic Con to celebrate the 100th issue of his comic. If we don't mass-produce this thing the zombies will kill us all.
The LeMay Museum in Tacoma, Wa shot itself to the top of many gearhead's must see list when the massive facility officially opened in early June.
Judging from his garage, Duane Schaffer likes his vintage vehicles from The Land of the Rising Sun a certain way—slightly odd and extremely low.
Robert Kirkman will celebrate the 100th issue The Walking Dead with what else but his own zombie killing machine. Based off of a Hyundai Elantra Coupe, this may be the first factory-backed undead combat vehicle the world has seen.
Magnus Walker might not look like the typical Porsche aficionado, but there is little room for doubt of the man's true P-car devotion after watching this video.
After a several month hiatus Josh Clason's Depth of Speed is back with another fantastic video profiling one man's deep love of all things Datsun.
When I was talking with those Scion folks a while back, they mentioned something which caught my attention like a Pomeranian on an unattended hot dog. They said interest in cars is waning among young people, and teens are waiting longer to get their licenses. And one of the reasons is that kids are getting along with…
Coming into Talladega, Kurt Busch had no sponsorship for his car. So instead, he decided to run his car decked out in full Ricky Bobby livery — straight from the movie Talladega Nights — in this Sunday's real race. They'll even be playing the roles of the characters from the movie on the in-car communications.
A new study about the car-buying habits of men and women from TrueCar shows that, while men tend to buy a mix of foreign and domestic vehicles, only two of the twenty cars purchased by females were from American brands.
A Lamborghini Gallardo owner who posts on Luxury4Play had the misfortune this weekend of having his exotic car showered on. Except instead of praise, it was with the urine of a drunk and/or envious passerby.