`Driving retirement` puts older adults at health risk

Families should rethink about seniors' decision of giving up driving as a new study suggests that older adults, who keep driving, are healthier than their non-driving counterparts.

Driving cuts dementia risk

The use of car can also make the difference for many pensioners without good public transport links to get out and about and be more active.

Driving while drunk? Lose licence for three months

This was announced by the state government on Friday to deal with the menace of drunken driving and also reduce accidents on roads.

Night shift workers at high risk of car crashes: Study

Night shift workers at high risk of car crashes: Study

Night shifts not only damage health, but also put those who drive home after their shift at significantly high risk of car crashes, a US study said.

DNA: Comparative analysis of traffic rules followed in France vs India

Know what is the difference between traffic rules in India and France in this segment of DNA.

Watch: How France maintains its traffic!

As Delhi is preparing to chart out traffic rules to ensure uninterrupted traffic and curb anomalous parking. Take a look at the traffic rules of France.

People more fearful of dying from sex than driving: Study

According to Terri D Conley from the University of Michigan, risky behaviour related to sex is judged more harshly than other comparable health risks including car driving, the Atlantic reported.

Software to hold alerts when busy

A New York based start-up called Triggerhood has built software that can decide when it is a good time to send you a cell phone notification.

Audi is researching technology that will help take the stress out of driving its future models

Audi is researching technology that will help take the stress out of driving its future models

Audi has taken big steps towards making driving a lot less stressful with the successful testing of its autonomous RS7 and newly unveiled virtual cockpit design set to feature in some of its upcoming cars

James Faulkner fined for drink-drive collision

James Faulkner fined for drink-drive collision

World Cup winner James Faulkner said he was "deeply embarrassed and sorry" after being fined £10,000 ($15,650, 14,350 euros) on Tuesday and banned from driving for two years.

Fuel saving tips for car drivers!

Here are a few tips to save fuel while driving a car.

Rajasthan MLA Bhawani Singh Rajawat opposes wearing helmets

Rajasthan BJP MLA Bhawani Singh Rajawat has courted controversy by asking people not to wear helmets while riding motorcycles, stating that such protective gear help criminals to flee from police.

Hindi, 3 Indian languages find place in Dubai driving tests

 Four Indian languages including Hindi can be chosen while appearing for driving tests here in the UAE from September.

Indian-origin man fined and banned from driving in Singapore

A 44-year-old Indian-origin man in Singapore was today fined USD 1,497 and banned from driving for nine months by a local court here after he had driven his car into a police post following an altercation with a friend over financial matters.

70% people use smartphones while driving: Study

While texting (61 percent) and emailing (33 percent) are still the top activities of the drivers.

70% people use smartphones while driving: Study

70% people use smartphones while driving: Study

Most people at some point of time use their smartphone while driving. And the use is not just confined to making or receiving calls as some people also click selfies while driving, a new study says.

David Cassidy banned from driving

David Cassidy banned from driving

Actor David Cassidy has been banned from the roads for six months for driving while intoxicated (DWI)) in 2013.

Cycle to office to shed some extra flab

Taking a Metro train or cycling to office will help you shed more weight in couple of years than driving, a study has found.

Indian scientist develops 'smart car system' that can tell if you are driving wrong

Reckless Drivers! Very soon your cars may be able tell if you are driving wrong, thanks to a new research by Indian scientist.

Drivers need to respect right of others using the road: Delhi court

A person is supposed to drive a vehicle on the correct side and respect the rights of others on the road, a Delhi court has observed while upholding the conviction of a man for rash driving.