New Jersey Lawmakers On Path To Allow Tesla Direct Sales

It has been a long and complicated battle when it comes to Tesla sales in the Garden State. The automaker was selling cars for several years, then all of the sudden they were shut down due a violation of franchise laws. Now New Jersey lawmakers are getting closer to a full scale approval of Tesla direct sales. » 3/10/15 11:59am 3/10/15 11:59am

Two Women Just Totally Survived A 60-Foot Jump In Their Toyota RAV4

Two women survived with only minor injuries after they found their Toyota RAV4 flying gracefully through the air like a swan. The driver, who was cut off by another vehicle, swerved to avoid a collision and hit a snowbank, sending her and her companion flying 60 feet off a bridge to a riverbank below. » 2/13/15 5:35pm 2/13/15 5:35pm

What It Looks Like When An Out-Of-Control Semi Comes Flying Toward You

Pouring rain followed immediately by freezing temperatures combined to produce extraordinarily dangerous conditions yesterday, killing three and injuring dozens. But it's one thing to read about something like that, and it's another to look through your rear window and see a skidding tractor-trailer crunch its way… » 1/19/15 2:45pm 1/19/15 2:45pm

Most expensive tolls in the United States

Nobody likes paying tolls, but they are a necessary evil. The money from tolls is used to fund the construction of new roadways, as well as maintenance. Unless you live in one of the 22 states that don't collect tolls, or a state where you can get by without owning a car, you have no other choice but to pony up and… » 1/06/15 10:20am 1/06/15 10:20am

Here's What Happens If You Keep Driving When Your Car Loses A Wheel

This isn't "dragging an exhaust pipe," or even "driving on a flat tire." The front-right tire of this tired old Chrysler 300M is completely absent, and the wheel itself has been ground down to the shape of the letter D. Yet the driver presses on. And on. How could you possible reckon this is a reasonable idea?! » 11/17/14 3:47pm 11/17/14 3:47pm

The Worst Way To Get Airtime Is With This Jersey City Speedbump

Jersey City, in a place called New Jersey, wanted to deter speeders with some speedbumps. "Okay," the construction firm they hired said. "How about six inches high?" "No," the city replied. "It needs to be higher than that. Much, much higher." School busses flying through the air is the result. » 9/24/14 4:05pm 9/24/14 4:05pm