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Watch a Tesla crash itself into a multimillion-euro private jet
A car with nobody in it hit the jet at an aviation event in the United States using Tesla’s “most viral feature ever”.
Are e-scooters more dangerous than cycling or motorbikes?
Rental scooters hospitalised over 330 people in a Finnish city over two years, injuring relatively more riders than cars or motorbikes.
Tesla recalls 595,000 vehicles over Boombox feature - again
The music feature violates safety regulations for electric vehicles, according to the US traffic safety agency.
US road safety standards finally make way for autonomous cars
The updated rules replace outdated language that assumed a vehicle would always have a human driver and manual controls.
Driver who had epileptic fit and crashed guilty of negligent homicide
Four people died after his car veered onto the pavement.
Farting Teslas recalled for breaking safety rules
An over-the-air update will disable a feature that played loud noises outside the car after authorities raised doubts over pedestrian safety.
Rare snowfall blankets Jerusalem’s Old City
Snow covers the streets of Jerusalem and the city's old town, reaching heights between 15-25 centimetres, according to the meteorological service.
US law mandates that carmakers integrate anti-drink driving technology
The federal law will require new cars to incorporate breath sniffing sensors and finger-scanning detectors to prevent drink-driving.
Meet the artist fixing potholes with ceramics to urge street repairs
Ivan Kravchenko, a 26-year old ceramics artist, is plugging Russia's notoriously potholed roads with beautiful painted patches.
Bilbao hits the brakes to slow down pollution
The city of Bilbao and the surrounding urban area have put the maximum driving speed at 30 kms/h instead of 50. It's a pioneering measure for such a big city and now the data is beginning to show environmental improvements.
Some drivers fume at Renault’s plan to limit top speed to 180 km/h
The French carmaker plans to cap the speed of its new vehicles to 180km/h. That’s still higher than the fastest legal driving speed in France, but some drivers are not happy.
Norway deports foreign truck driver for driving without snow chains
Norway has deported a truck driver who was stopped by police twice within an hour for driving without mandatory snow chains near the Arctic Circle.
Meet the cycling obsessed family who spend their lives on the road
Safe, accessible roads are "the biggest gift we can give our children."
Recycled roads will be made out of old tyres and building waste
1 billion scrap tyres are produced globally every year. Now researchers are blending them together to make roads.
Swearing, tailgating and horn-happy: new poll on European drivers
A majority of Greeks admitted in a poll that they're quite loose with their language when behind the wheel with 47% also revealing they deliberately tailgate drivers they find annoying.
How the Genoa bridge collapse exposed Italy’s crumbling motorways
There are about twenty badly-damaged motorway bridges in Italy currently under investigation. There are also 200 illegal tunnels, which don't comply with European standards
Road fatalities: Which EU countries are the most dangerous?
More than 25,250 people were killed on European roads in 2017, according to the latest figures from Eurostat.
Automated sobriety check installed at Gothenburg port's ferry terminal
Drivers selected at random will have to submit to the test. If they fail, the gate remains closed and police is alerted.
How Greece turned a deadly road into one of the safest in the country
Discover how one of the most dangerous road sections in Greece became one of the safest highways in the country. The construction of the three new tunnels between Thessaloniki and Athens, the so-called Tempi Tunnels, included 25 km of motorway, 11 km of tunnels and the largest road tunnel
EU target to half road fatalities by 2020 won't be reached
The safest European roads are in the UK and the least safe in Romania, the report found.
All new cars sold in EU may have speed limiters by 2022
A provisional regulation unveiled on Tuesday plans for new mandatory safety features to be installed on all new EU cars, including intelligent speed assistance.
EU lawmakers announce life-saving automobile technologies
European lawmakers have mandated additional life-saving technologies in EU automobiles as from 2022. These technologies include intelligent speed assistance and advanced emergency-braking systems.
'Sexist' bike helmet ad divides opinion in Germany
An advert released in Germany encouraging young cyclists to wear a helmet has divided opinions on its 'sexist' delivery and intentions.
Romanian protest leader builds a one metre "motorway"
On Friday one businessman in the north-eastern city of Suceava staged his own symbolic protest - the local mayor officially opened a metre long "motorway" on his own land.
This is how French drink-drivers could avoid losing their licence
Drink-drivers in France will be able to avoid losing their licence... by installing a device that immobilises their vehicle if it detects alcohol above the legal limit.
New EU-wide eCall system saves lives by saving time
Business Planet takes a look at the business opportunities being created by eCall. The new EU-wide emergency alert system that is using Europe's Galileo and EGNOS satellite services to cut the time it takes rescue crews to get to the scene of road traffic accidents.