Who says the teens aren’t into cars? Joey is turning 16 soon and can’t wait to get his first set of wheels. He’s got a decent budget of up to ten grand and wants something fun, but it also needs to be safe. What car should he buy?
Many parents are often torn between giving their children more than they themselves had, but also not raising them to be spoiled and expects things. This dilemma can get especially difficult when it comes to helping your kid get their first car.
On a certain level, I realized that death was a very real possibility.
One of the craziest things that we as a society do is give teens licenses to operate death machines, which in some communities, are known as “cars.” (Full disclosure: I am extremely afraid of driving and do not have my license.) While people get into crashes at any age, teens account for 30 percent of motor vehicles…
Pennsylvania man Thomas Candler Felts was sentenced Tuesday in Lancaster County Court for an Aug. 30 incident in which the 25-year-old gave Amish teens some beer, showed them his gun, and yelled “Rumspringa” before he hit their horse-drawn buggy with his car.
On Wednesday, Samer Kalaf typed what may well be his last words.
It’s a sunny Thursday morning in August. You’re on the J/M/Z line in New York City, going over the Williamsburg Bridge. You’re with your special someone. You glance at one another. Why not just...sneak away...for a little rendezvous...between the cars of the train you’re on?
This is the introduction to what's intended to be a recurring series that will pick up in the new year pending further research.
Rosalee Ramer, from Watsonville, CA., is a teenager on a monster truck mission. "It's something that I've dreamed about, and I'm finally doing it. Going over the jumps, sometimes 25 to 30 feet in the air, I feel like I'm flying," the 16-year-old badass — did we mention she's a badass? — said.
The University of Michigan talked to 600 young adults about why they haven't gotten their driver's licenses. Some say can't be bothered. Some have other ways to get around.
One well-meaning but clearly off-her-rocker Texas mom has spent at least $1500 on newspaper ads, fliers, one of those customizable outdoor display signs at a local taqueria, and — the pièce de résistance — a "pink rotating outdoor" billboard advertising her daughter, Brandy Day, for prom queen.
A recent study by Erie Insurance points out a lot of factors that anyone under the age of 60 probably already knows. The insurance company conducted a study surveying 2,127 licensed teenage drivers and came to the shocking conclusion that teens like to talk on the phone, text message and listen to loud music while…
Toyota announced it was including two driver-monitoring technologies, developed with telecom giant MCI, in its 2007 Lexus GS 450h sedan. As Edmunds Inside Line reports, one is like a digital mother-in-law that calculates the possibility of a collision and sends an alert if a driver isn't facing forward; the other uses…