Self-driving cars: Not ready yet, but new rules open a path
Although consumers can't yet get a self-driving car for themselves, the technology's long and windy road to market is getting shorter
AP PHOTOS: In Israel, antique car collectors find an escape
AP PHOTOS: Each weekend Israeli car collectors gather with their beauties _ and take a step back in time
What's On Display at the Los Angeles Auto Show
ABC News' Alex Stone looks at the future of luxury automobiles at BMW and walks around the floor of the LA Auto Show.
Uber Rolling Out Pilot Self-Driving Car Program in Pittsburgh
Uber today announced a partnership with Volvo that will put some of the latest self-driving technology on the streets of Pittsburgh. Over the next couple of weeks, the company will deploy Volvo XC90s equipped with level 3 autonomy -- cars capable of accelerating, braking and steering under certain
Ford Plans to Mass-Produce Fully Autonomous Self-Driving Cars by 2021
Ford Motor Company has announced that it plans to mass-produce fully autonomous self-driving cars for a ride-hailing or ride-sharing service by 2021. "This is significant," Ford's President and CEO Mark Fields wrote in a blog post today. "Ford will be mass-producing vehicles capable of driving
New Cars Feature Large Animal Detection
The new Volvo includes a radar sensor that helps prevent collisions with animals like moose.
How to Keep Your Teen Safer Behind the Wheel Without Breaking the Bank
It's no secret that teens behind the wheel give parents major anxiety. Per mile driven, teenaged drivers are nearly three times more likely than drivers aged 20 and older to be in a fatal car crash, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety . Banning teenagers from driving around with
10 Automakers to Include Automatic Emergency Braking on All New Vehicles
Ten major car manufacturers have committed to making automatic emergency braking a standard feature on all new vehicles. The announcement was made by administrator Mark Rosekind of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at the dedication of a new expanded testing facility at the
Technology in the Driver's Seat
Easter weekend here in new doctors and just time for Easter baskets and new Easter bonnet. It's also time for plenty of chrome wheeled and a raw power. As the best of the best of the automotive industry is rolled out the New York auto show tech intruder Tina Trenton checked out this year's
Volvo to Open $500 Million Plant in the U.S
Swedish carmaker Volvo, now owned by Chinese firm Geely, is looking to increase its presence in North America by building a factory in the U.S.