Truck signage highlights the dangers of right turns over left turns for a good reason.
Unlike the brightly colored balls on power lines, those random "tree chunks" don't serve a practical purpose.
UPS trucks do have passenger doors, but you almost never see them closed—for a good reason.
You think Washington, D.C.’s metro escalators are long? Wait ’til you hear about St. Petersburg’s.
It doesn't matter what state you rent a U-Haul truck in.
The cost of gasoline at the pump is up across the United States, but no state appears to be feeling the sting more than California.
There are two main reasons: taxation and safety.
There are some simple ways to make your dollar go further at the pump, plus things you can do after driving off that can boost your fuel savings.
Fasten your seatbelts—this gas-vs.-diesel answer involves compression ratios, spark plugs, and torque vs. horsepower.
At about 1.5 miles long, France’s Millau Viaduct is far from the world’s longest bridge—but it is the tallest.
No, Uber still won’t tell you which driver awarded you a one-star rating (or what you did to deserve it).
For an experience that's more about the journey than the destination, consider booking one of the longest continuous train rides on Earth.
The wheels attached to “tag axles” or “lift axles” on a dump truck aren’t spare tires—and they don’t always float above the road.
Tesla's Cybertruck, which will be available in 2023, was partly inspired by the futuristic flying cars from 'Blade Runner.'
From spacious lounge areas to high-end meals, the average air traveler could expect a luxurious experience while flying Pan American in the 1950s.
Gas prices at the pump might have you thinking about switching to a bicycle. But there are ways to save on fuel, and we've got some of the best.
The names ‘18-wheeler,’ ‘big rig,’ and ‘tractor-trailer’ aptly convey the size and scope of the vehicle. ‘Semi’ seems a little misleading. What gives?
Semi trucks’ tire spikes mainly protect the wheels’ lug nuts. They also offer drivers a chance to give their trucks a bit of personality.
You're excited to set out on a road trip. By hour two, you're nodding off. The answer may have something to do with "highway hypnosis."