The rules of the road differ depending upon the country in which you live. Sometimes such laws are a matter of common sense and politeness; other times, they’re simply strange when compared with traffic laws in the U.S. Here are some strange traffic laws from other nations. Mechanical and horse safety first in Denmark In Read on! →


It is the 21st century and we still are without the flying cars foretold by “The Jetsons.” But Volkswagen may be working on the next best thing: a car that hovers and travels on an invisible magnetic cushion. The People’s Car Project China’s recent Beijing auto show unveiled some of the concepts created for the Read on! →


BMW has announced a recall for late models of its diesel-powered vehicles due to an issue with  exhaust emissions system components. The recall affects 2009 to 2011 model year X5, X6 and 3 series vehicles with diesel engines. Luxury diesels fraught with issues BMW, according to AutoGuide, is recalling late model X5 and X6 crossovers Read on! →


While it may seem sexist, many experts assert that a survey of automotive enthusiasts would show that most of them are male. Considering the importance of automobiles in U.S. culture, however, it remains important that both men and women focus on developing an appreciation for cars. To accomplish this, families must start when girls are Read on! →


Earlier this year, BMW announced that the X1 compact crossover would finally come to the U.S., and the company displayed it at the New York Auto Show. The specs, such as mileage and available engines, have been announced along with the price. A practical BMW at a decent price In order to get a new Read on! →


A lot of people would like to get a sports car of some sort; a vehicle that can zip down the road for the fun of it has appeal. However, most people can’t afford the sticker price on many of them, but luckily there are a number of sports cars for less than $30,000. The Read on! →


Those who need a crossover that is insanely fast but much smaller than a Mercedes AMG are in luck. Nissan has confirmed a limited production run of the Juke-R, the project by Nissan’s European division that stuck the GT-R’s drivetrain in the Juke compact crossover. One mighty mouse The Nissan Juke is an interesting entry Read on! →


People like to buy military surplus stuff for a variety of reasons, and often it is a good idea. The military does occasionally have to sell off its surplus vehicles, and the public occasionally can buy them. When the wars are over The armed forces of the United States depend on equipment to accomplish objectives, Read on! →


So how much of your tax money actually subsidizes plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles? Edmunds’ Inside Line totaled the numbers. It isn’t cheap. $135 million in fed tax credits According to the report, based on 2011 sales and lease numbers, American motorists leased or bought more than 18,000 plug-in electric and hybrid cars. That means Read on! →


Kia has been working on a rear-wheel-drive, full-size flagship sedan based partially on the Hyundai Genesis. The car, which is called the Kia K9, has just been released in Korea and may arrive with a different name if sold in the U.S. Kia unleashes big sedan In 2011, according to Car and Driver, Kia took Read on! →