Life is a highway.
Life is a highway.
What would happen to our society if we just stopped driving? SHIT WOULD GET REAL.
What you own and consume every day amount to astonishing numbers over your lifetime.
“Just keep swimming!”
Wealthy Arab tourists are in town to show off their fast cars. And they are pretty garish.
“iMijo! You’re getting fat!”
Multiple choice theory questions from the actual DVLA test. Get 30/35 to pass.
It’s still L.A….just without the cars.
The luxury vehicle group sold more cars in this year’s first six months than any other half-year period in its history, breaking the 1 million mark with a nearly 7% year-over-year sales increase.
Some of these cars just don’t car.
Sure beats Justin Bieber’s leopard print Audi.
For those dreaming of a world filled with self-driving cars, the future looks great — but it may not be great enough.
WHY IS EVERYONE SO BAD AT DRIVING?!
It’s the only way to live. In cars.
Like your coworkers don’t already drive you crazy…
Things would’ve been really different if Toy Story was called Toyz in the Hood.
Someone please buy this man’s Volvo.
These 9 new cars cram so much tech and speed into their skins, they make the light cycles from Tron seem like Segways.
Some folk are best avoided. Via Twitter’s YouHadOneJob.
Plus Alexa Ray Joel looks like she has a new head, an international guide to rude hand gestures, and 10 hair hacks for curls without using heat.
Because everyone on the road is an idiot. Except you.
There is growing speculation — or perhaps a better word is hope — that Iger, Disney’s current chairman and CEO, will extend his contract and remain with the company past the June 30, 2016, date currently set for him to retire.
Plus what goes through your mom’s head when she texts you at 7 a.m., the latest news on “Star Wars: Episode VII,” and 26 epic news items.
“Repetitive, boring, makes you fall asleep, results in death when you lose.” -Gamestop review of driving IRL. By Dinosaur Comics.
Plus 7 things you didn’t know about Mardi Gras, how accurately your favorite TV shows portray living in New York, and finally, a hoverboard that *might* be real.
Avis, the car-rental company that bought Zipcar last year, says it will grow to 1 million members by 2015, driven by the “fundamental shift going on with regard to car ownership” among a new generation. It had around 775,000 members when purchased last March.
Damn nature, you scary.
There’s WHAT hiding in the Pixar building?!
The L is starting to look really, really good.