Ford Motor Co. has added a few minor updates to its F-Series Super Duty lineup for 2019 around connectivity and exterior appearance, according to a Ford spokesperson.
For the first time in the U.S., the odds of dying in a motor vehicle crash (one in 103) have been surpassed by the chance of dying accidentally from an opioid overdose, which have risen to one in 96, according to new data from the National Safety Council.
The national average gasoline price increased 1 cent to $2.25, and recorded the first weekly price increase since early October, when it sat at $2.91 per gallon, according to AAA.
Icy bridges, a winter weather hazard that's often underestimated, cause more injuries and fatalities than tornadoes, lighting and floods combined each year.
Slick, slippery bridge surfaces often come as a surprise as ice on a bridge may be invisible to the driver. Drivers can follow these three tips for dealing with this hazard.
Ram Commercial has boosted performance and capability of its 2019 Ram Heavy Duty (2500 and 3500) pickup trucks with a new, high-output 6.7-liter Cummins inline-six-cylinder engine with the most power of any light-duty pickup on the market.
Udelv, manufacturers of the Newton van, also announced a series of strategic partnerships with retailers worldwide at the show.
Lane departure prevention systems that wait too long to initiate steering input or fail to prevent lane drifts greater than 35 centimeters may cause drivers to deactivate them, according to a new study from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.
Dog-like robots could one day be delivering packages from driverless vans, as demonstrated in a vision of the future presented by Continental at the CES electronics show in Las Vegas.
The 2020 Explorer arrives in a year that will bring a string of new Ford vehicles, including the Explorer-based 2020 Police Interceptor Utility for law enforcement fleets and a hybrid-electric Explorer that will debut at the Detroit auto show next week.
Volkswagen of America has added six 2019-model-year fleet incentives and modified two previously announced incentives, according to the automaker's fleet sales department.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has paused its regulation of vehicle recalls and is not posting updates on its website during the federal government shutdown.