Everybody's been there before. Nobody wants to wear safety pads or helmets. Especially helmets. They mess up your hair, and can't even be stowed away without hogging up space. This bike helmet folds up and fits inside any bag. Problem...
This post will never serve as an excuse for you to drive drunk, but it could make you think about not going anywhere when you're feeling under the weather (which could also be a pretty good excuse to just game all day). A new study finds that driving while sick is easily comparable to driving after having four double-whiskeys.
When we test-drove our Chevy Volt last year, we didn't experience any side-impact accidents. We also didn't experience any instances of the battery pack catching on fire. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has found that sometimes both of these things can occur back-to-back, so GM has had to come up with a fix.
As riding a bike becomes more posh than driving a car, it's important that we have appropriate reflective gear to pedal around in the dark. Thankfully, Dargelos' "Lightning Vest" has all bikers covered.
Next time you go for a drive, think about how much time and brainpower you waste trying not to run into objects and people. Now imagine how much more awesome your life would be if you had a car that was so soft and squishy that no matter how drunk* and/or reckless you are, it just doesn't matter.
After a three-day service outage that left BlackBerry users around the world without the ability to make calls or access protected business accounts, police in the United Arab Emirates are saying the blackout "definitely contributed" to fewer accidents and deaths on the roads.
Even in this age of pervasive cell phones and GPS systems, it's possible to get lost. And not lost like "do I take a left or a right to get to Denny's," but the kind of lost where if you don't get found, you're likely to die of exposure and/or be eaten by a bear. This little piece of fabric could put your mind at ease, enabling rescue anywhere on Earth.
No matter what your particular faith might be, most of us know the story of Noah's Ark braving a catastrophic flood in a massive sea craft. Now a Japanese company has decided to prepare for the next great earthquake and tsunami by creating a safety tool directly inspired by the ancient tale.
GM's new front center airbag explodes out of the side of your seat like a chestburster out of Alien. But it's a friendly chestburster that's designed to keep you from cracking your noggin open like a hard boiled egg the next time someone t-bones your ride.
It's easy to think of an earthquake as a Californian problem for the rest of the U.S., but the truth — only made more clear by Tuesday's 5.8-magnitude tectonic jiggling — is that the rest of the country is in danger, too. In fact, just this year the government simulated how bad a Midwestern "big one" could be, and it wasn't pretty.