Latest Autos News
- Sheriff Calls Out Dartmouth Construction Project Tying Up Traffic It’s no Big Dig but it is a massive road project.
- Baker, Walsh Lay Groundwork For Testing Self-Driving Cars Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh are laying the groundwork for the testing of self-driving cars in Massachusetts.
- National Save For Retirement Week: Are You Saving Enough? Probably not! Your retirement savings will play a very big role in retirement.
- Dallas Shoplifting Call Leads To Chase & Suspect Shot With Taser On Highway Two men are in jail after a wild high-speed chase that ended with one of them being shot with a taser gun while running across lanes of a busy North Texas highway.
- Report: Only 18 Percent Of Americans Can Drive Manual A new report shows fewer Americans own a car with manual transmission let alone know how to operate one. And there appear to be a number of reasons for it.
- Seat Belt Use At All-Time High In Massachusetts, But State Still Lags, Study Says Seat belt usage has climbed to an all-time high in Massachusetts, yet according to new research from the state highway safety division more than one in five motorists still do not buckle up.
- Massive Tree Falls On Home, Cars In Wareham A maple tree, which is about 100 years old, was toppled by high winds Sunday night.
- Father Apologizes For Scaring Students With Clown Mask An Auburn father is apologizing for a clown prank that frightened middle school students on a school bus.
- Woman Trapped In Vehicle After Three-Car Crash In Roxbury A Monday morning crash left three cars damaged and a woman trapped in her car, according to Boston Police.
- DCR Deputy Commissioner Resigns After Misusing State Vehicle Lights, Sirens A top state Department of Conservation and Recreation official has resigned after he inappropriately used the emergency lights and sirens of his state vehicle.