Although it was a bit of a tumultuous year for automakers, the auto industry was up on sales slightly over 2017.
As the most auto-dense country in the European Union, Luxembourg is getting a chance to change its ways: free public transportation will be available throughout the country by 2020.
Experts are attributing an increase in work for the Department of Transportation in Alaska in part to climate change. See how the agency is preparing the fallout from global warming.
Drivers for companies like Lyft and Uber in New York will see a significant boost in their take-home pay, thanks to the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission.
To help ease growing wait times at many of the country’s DMVs, several states are adding self-service kiosks to both government and commercial locations. Has your state joined the movement?
You thought texting and driving was bad? Ohio has gone a step further, creating legislation that expands the definition—and citations—for distracted driving.
General Motors’ layoffs and plant closures have thrown the auto industry a curveball. What do these transformational moves mean for the future of the car industry?
The ACLU is suing Indiana’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles over its lack of inclusion of different languages in the state’s driver manual. Currently, the manual is only offered in English.
Following 8 other states and Washington D.C., Nevada will now automatically register residents to vote when they receive an ID or driver’s license.
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