If you're about to take the DMV written exam in California and have an iPad, you can prepare for it with the interactive driver handbook.
Many state motor vehicle departments are keeping up with txtspeak and banning vulgar acronyms from appearing in personalized plates on the road.
California workers resort to pen and paper during two-hour network outage at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The California State Senate approves a bill that would allow for a pilot program to test digital license plates. Will it involve tracking?
A Forrester study of which brands makes consumers happy shows Apple slipping. Amazon remains top of the tech heap.
State senators and representatives in Colorado have special license plates that just happen not to be in the DMV database. So, if they speed, they never receive a citation.
On a Florida highway, a man is tailgating in his very large truck. He finally offers the driver he's following his middle finger. Then the gods offer him retribution. Now it's all over YouTube.
TicketLeap is using technology to replace ticket QR codes with, guess what, your selfies. Say hello to the Selfie Ticket.
With a torn quadriceps tendon and less talent than many other contestants, it was no surprise that the Science Guy bit the dust. But he offered once last dance. It was supposed to be jazz.
The face and appetites of the 21st century driver are changing fast.