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Uber, as part of a long-anticipated safety report, revealed that more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported during its U.S. rides in 2018.
Three men claim that they broke the record for the 'Cannonball Run,' a drive from New York to Los Angeles, by completing it in 27 hours and 25 minutes.
BMW is telling owners of some older 3-series cars to stop driving them after another recall of dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
Ford F250 and F350 trucks from the 2000s have once again topped the Insurance Bureau of Canada’s annual ranking of the most stolen vehicles in Canada.
Elon Musk has owned up to insulting a British spelunker in a rash tweet, but wouldn't concede on the witness stand that he called the man a pedophile.
A targeted investigation called 'Project Navigator' has led to the arrest of a 40-year-old Winnipeg man and thousands of dollars worth of allegedly stolen vehicles.
Manitobans are being warned of the dangers of bringing animals into their cars, after a driver carried an unconscious coyote into his car, which woke up hours later.
Nissan's new chief executive, Makoto Uchida, reaffirmed on Monday the importance of the Japanese automaker's alliance with France's Renault as it strives to puts its financial scandals behind it.
Three motorcyclists received jail sentences for dangerous driving and two-year driving bans after using a head-mounted camera to record themselves performing high-speed stunts.
World champion Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory from pole position at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, capping another stellar season with an 11th win and 84th overall.
A Michigan museum that boasts the largest vintage automobile collection in North America plans to open a new building to display muscle cars.
The Australian state of New South Wales rolled out 'high definition detection cameras' on Sunday, designed to catch drivers using cell phones behind the wheel.
Canadian roads are poised to undergo a massive shift in the years to come, thanks to technological advances and an aging population. In this special series, CTVNews.ca takes a deeper look at the future of Canadian driving.