Two cars facing each other in a junkyard – a 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon Brougham and a 1985 Buick Skylark Limited – typify the Malaise Era in American car design.
This week we lit our torches, grabbed our pitchforks (mine is made by Dell) and joined the mob. The evidence of our rage is all over the web. Here’s why another billion-plus fine is the last thing that we should be hoping for.
A recent AAA survey suggests that self-parking cars can parallel park a car more efficiently than a human can. Yet, despite the benefits, only one in four drivers trusts the technology.