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An Afghan teenager, reportedly 16-years-old, has been found strapped to the bottom of a truck, after apparently travelling for around 400 kilometres.
US ride-hailing firm Uber is selling its China operations to its bigger local rival Didi Chuxing having lost billions in a price war.
The summer holiday getaway was not supposed to begin in gridlock!
Tesla's boss Elon Musk has unveiled an ambitious expansion plan to build electric trucks and buses as well as set up car sharing and solar energy systems.
Two Uber drivers in London have brought a test case at an employment tribunal arguing the ride service is acting unlawfully by not offering paid holidays and sick pay.
The world's first 'eHighway' is being tested in Sweden on which trucks connect to overhead cables like trams or trains, their engines switching from diesel to electric.
At least one construction worker has been confirmed dead after a road bridge which was undergoing renovation collapsed in central Germany.
Uber has been fined 800,000 euros in France for running an illegal taxi service with non-professional drivers.
A man at odds with his family is believed to be behind Monday’s deadly attack on a passenger bus in the Armenian capital Yerevan.. Two people were
The completion of a new bridge linking the Russian mainland with annexed Crimea has been pushed back by one year. The problem is the plans didn’t
Belgian truck drivers and farmers are protesting against new toll rates by blocking roads and highways and the country's frontiers in Wallonia.
Across the bloc, the number of people killed has fallen by 15 percent since 2010, but in Spain, Portugal and Greece that number is down around a third.
A ride-hailing battle is underway in Indian where Uber is suing Ola accusing its rival of creating fake accounts and making false bookings to interfere with its business.
Riot police moved in as tensions boiled over during a march by thousands of taxi drivers in the Colombian capital Bogota. More than a dozen people
Russian lorries are facing a tortuous journey to Europe because of separate disputes with Poland and Ukraine. Hundreds have been stuck at three
Thousands of London’s traditional Black Taxis blocked roads near parliament in protest on Wednesday against the car-sharing service app Uber, calling
French police clashed with protesting taxi drivers in Paris on Tuesday, amid a day of major strike action across France. Riot police officers used
Turning your car into a soft-top is easier than you might think. This driver in the city of Ningbo, east China was able to look on the bright side
Cab drivers’ condemnation of the Uber app is unabated in Canada’s biggest city, Toronto. Facing off against Uber supporters, hundreds of angry taxi
Russian truck drivers are continuing to protest over a government plan to introduce new road tolls that they say will put them out of business
Can’t decide between sailing or camping? German inventor Daniel Straub has the solution for you: his amphibious Sealander is a compact camping
Countries must introduce tougher laws to prevent drivers from speeding or drinking, says the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO released its
Four tiny, driverless buses are on trial in the Greek city of Trikala, the first of five European cities to introduce the automated transportation
Every year all over Europe ambulances come to the aid of millions of people. A study suggests almost half of the cases could be treated on the spot
How will the ambulances of the future will look like? A top British expert in paramedic technologies wants you to get ready for any future emergency.
The car-sharing group BlaBlaCar says it’s had $200 million (177 million euros) in new investment – said to be a record for a young French start-up
Thousands of taxi drivers took to the street in Rio de Janeiro to protest against the ride-sharing mobile app Uber. Taxis denounced the legality of