The rental program is called Express Drive, and it could dramatically increase Lyft's network of drivers. That, in turn, could make the service more attractive to riders and give Lyft a leg up in its efforts to overtake Planet Earth's top ride-sharing company, Uber.
Worried about your car being hacked? The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are, too, and they've published some handy tips to keep you and your ride safe.
Nissan is recalling more than 46,000 Nissan Leaf electric vehicles from model years 2013, 2014, and 2015, due to an issue that effects their braking ability in cold weather.
Automakers aren't the only companies that want consumers to have their flawed car fixed. Insurers feel the same, and at least one is letting its customers know when their vehicles are in need of repairs.
Clinton has expressed support for tightening "rules of origin" regulations, which would make it more difficult for automakers to claim that their vehicles are manufactured in America if they use too many foreign-made parts.
The latest Nissan Rogue offers a racier, uniquely-styled alternative to box-on-box crossovers. The latest RAV4 is a solidly compact crossover that stack up right along with the Honda CR-V and Ford Escape. Either would be an excellent purchase.
At a conference in Washington, DC this coming Tuesday, autonomous car makers will address the future of the self-driving car industry.
But even though fully autonomous cars haven't yet rolled into showrooms, many drivers already own cars with autonomous features.
Tesla is currently allowed to sell its cars directly to consumers in Indiana, but a recently-introduced bill in the Indiana statehouse may curb that practice.
The Chevrolet Trax and the Honda HR-V are part of a small SUV explosion in recent years, and both are spacious and well-suited to city and suburban use by couples or young families.
Ten affected automakers including BMW, Ford, and General Motors joined together last year to figure out the issues that caused deadly explosions of Takata airbags. They've identified three -- possibly four -- culprits.
The security flaw in Nissan Leaf's telematic-based systems makes the industry, and consumers, more alert to privacy risks in these applications. That's a good thing.
Takata may not be out of the woods yet when it comes to recalling airbags. A new report estimates that as many as 90 million vehicles, and possibly more, could be affected by the issue.
The Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic have been two of the best-selling compact sedans in the United States for decades. Each will provide economical, reliable basic transportation, but one earns considerably better ratings from our reviewers.
Could the diesel scandal have prompted Volkswagen to recall its Takata airbags?
A recent survey from Autotrader took a look at what car buyers care about most when they're in the market for a new vehicle. The answers may be surprising.
The Kia Sorento and Honda CR-V are both aimed right at the families who need the space to cart people and gear, and are more concerned with safety than sporty manners. Which one's better for you?
A new study shows that nearly one in five cars in America needs a repair because of recalls. But the numbers vary by car type and location.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has determined that, for regulatory purposes, the software controlling autonomous cars ca be considered a 'driver.' What, specifically, does that mean?
Takata airbags have been linked to 10 deaths worldwide and prompted recalls of about 24 million vehicles in the United States.