Most of us don’t choose the airline we fly so much as we choose the most convenient and affordable flight, but if you’ve ever wondered what your odds are of flying comfortably on JetBlue, United, Southwest, or heaven forbid, Spirit, are, this legroom GIF shows you at a glance.
As the saying goes, you’re not stuck in traffic. You are traffic. Whenever you’re on the freeway with a thousand other cars crawling along at a snail’s pace, you may feel helpless, but there are things you can do to help ease congestion.
Last night, a JetBlue flight destined for Sacramento, California encountered turbulence so bad it sent 24 people to the hospital.
I have a good idea that you can NOT steal, but which you may hear. Are you ready? Here it goes:
A report came out last week saying the U.S. Department Of Transportation has “tentatively” approved regular commercial flight routes from 10 U.S. cities, with eight mainstream airlines looking to start making trips as soon as the next few months.
It was already an uncomfortable feeling, standing next to a custom motorcycle in the middle of a restaurant I didn’t know the name of, in a country I’d never been to, talking with a man I couldn’t understand. And then he fired the damn thing up.
The car market is more like real estate than a lot of people realize; location has a lot to do with how much you will pay. The good news is if your local market is tough, you can buy a car from wherever you want. How much you can save could depend on how far you’re willing to go.
I often get stuck in the trap of “I am here for a race weekend!” and don’t get to see much beyond the track itself and where I’m staying. I might make it to the local Denny’s at 1 a.m., but that’s about it. Do not fall into that trap with Watkins Glen. You will regret it and kick yourself until you can go back.
I suddenly have an irrepressible urge to travel the 10,608 miles to Port-aux-Français in the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. Why? Because now I know it's the furthest capital city from where I live.
A wood-and-urethane igloo hotel has stood sentinel on the Parks Highway to Alaska's Denali National Park for over forty years, never once being occupied or operational. Tourists love posing with it, but nobody seems interested in running it, even at a bargain-basement price of $300,000.
We live in a world where advanced computer modeling allows us to understand, with unprecedented warning, just how awful the weather is going to make our lives. If you're traveling for Thanksgiving this year, meteorologists say get prepared for a total shit show.
Occasionally, after a day immersed in reading about cars, writing about cars, driving in cars, sobbing in cars so no one can see my shame, and generally having my brain defined by cars, I'll have to step back and remind myself just why we even have cars at all. To get our asses and our information from one point to…
We're now officially in the midst of what marketers like to call "the holiday season," and for many of us, that means traveling to see friends and family.
I hate long commutes, getting stuck in traffic and lengthy, boring road trips as much as anyone. But it's important for us modern folk to have perspective when that happens — we have the ability to cross distances at speeds our forefathers would have written off as science fiction or witchcraft!
Do you ever wonder what you're seeing when you look out of your airplane window and spot bizarre red pools or strange green circles on the ground below? You're not alone. We talked to Gregory Dicum, author of the incredible aerial landscape guide Window Seat, about the weirdest and most beautiful views from an…
Sometimes you need to get somewhere in a hurry, but a car can be an expensive accessory, particularly if you live in a downtown setting. Thankfully, there are plenty of alternatives to just taking a bicycle to where you need to go. Including plenty that look just look downright stupid.
It's pretty widely accepted that you shouldn't text and operate a vehicle. Especially when that vehicle is a commercial aircraft. Apparently one pilot, though, hasn't taken that advice to heart. And he almost killed a few hundred people because of it.
I'm no engineer, but I know this: If personal electronics could bring down a plane, Al Quaeda would just assign a pack of assholes to send simultaneous text messages from the next flight out of Jerusalem.