Car sales cratered after Texas was hit by Hurricane Harvey, as up to 500 dealerships closed following the storm.
A new Illinois law automatically registers voters when they sign up for new driver’s licenses.
California records hundreds of millions of dollars in vehicle damage from roadkill, according to a new UC Davis study.
Texas officials have banned texting and driving, citing an increasing body count related to distracted driving.
Roadwork is tough and dangerous—in fact, it was the deadliest American job in 2015, and those numbers are trending upward.
The Texas DMV is easing restrictions on residents through October in response to the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
As Kansas begins to issue REAL ID-compliant identifications, more paperwork is required at the state DMV.
Annual vehicle theft statistics show older-model cars are frequent targets for theft, while new vehicles with updated security features are safer.
Michigan boasts the most expensive car insurance, largely due to unlimited payouts to accident victims.