Every Halloween the streets fill with tiny Supermen, Batmen, Green Lanterns (not many Aquamen). There are some superheroes you must avoid. Can they fight bad guys? They can't even drive to where the bad guys are.
A new fingerprint scanning system is designed to make sure kids don't get let off at the wrong stop. Seems like a good idea. Privacy advocates, well, they're not so sure yet.
Sometimes life isn't fair. Celebrities can afford to buy beautiful new Maseratis and Range Rovers. And what do they do? This year, they seem to be having a lot of problems with mountains.
Fabian Coulthard destroyed his Holden Commodore during the first lap of the 2010 Bathurst 1000. Here's the in-car view. Unfortunately, they left off the subtitles. They should read, "screech, sky, ground, sky, ground, thump, sky, ground, darkness."
Who doesn't want to go back in time? (I, for one, could use a do-over on last week's "No Pants Day.") Tell Uncle Rico to fire up the Dodge van, we've got a football game to go win.
Chevy may run deep, but maybe they should have dug a little deeper for an idea. Chevy's new spot features dogs with a fondness for trucks. Back in 1998, Nissan spent millions telling us that dogs love trucks.
Everyone has their reasons to vote for a particular candidate. Their stance on an issue, their voting record, their latest vicious attack ad. Have you considered what car they drive? Here's 11 candidates and the cars they drive.
Remember the great land speed records waged between Art Arfons and Craig Breedlove that pushed speeds to 500+ mph and more? This is just like that. Only slower. And with lawn mowers.
Having your own Decepticon is probably a double-edged sword. (Can't trust the little buggers.) But this 2005 Saleen Mustang Barricade prop car from the movie "Transformers" will certainly keep the kids off your lawn.
You have an extra jet engine. You have a minivan. Ding! You now have an idea.
Racing is for the rich. Or the smart. Right? Wrong. Here's six ways to get you on a track for 500 bucks or less.
What do you get when you combine a nice set of Hot Wheels and fire? My childhood. But some grown men in Montana get paid to relive my childhood. Except their game might just save your life.
Take one minivan mom, one slightly evil kid, add in a police officer and shake well.