Formula One drivers urge fans to have their say
Formula One drivers urge fans to have their say

Formula One drivers are hoping to give supporters a say in the future of the sport through a global survey launched on Thursday.

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.

App to help drivers earn more during trips

If you're a cabbie and are keen to earn more during trips, there is now an app called 'SherpaShare' that helps ride-hailing drivers calculate their real incomes.

Cell phone-blocking tech lessens distracted driving among teens
Cell phone-blocking tech lessens distracted driving among teens

A new study has revealed that "distracted" adolescent-drivers are less likely to use phones or drive erratically when cameras and blocking programs are in place.

Drivers who don't drink enough water can be as dangerous as drunken ones

A new study has revealed that drivers who don't drink enough water can be as dangerous as the drunken ones.

Higher prevalence of diseases among drivers: Study

Drivers have a higher prevalence of diseases, including obesity and hypertension, in comparison to other working professionals, according to a study released on Friday.

Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards: Celebrating India's transport industry

Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards 2014, a celebration of the success of India's transport industry.

Don't rush to F1, says Lewis Hamilton's dad
Don't rush to F1, says Lewis Hamilton's dad

Every young racer wants to be the next Lewis Hamilton but most are in too much of a hurry to give themselves the best chance of success.

Better drivers worse at texting while driving

Older, more mature motorists, who typically are better drivers in many circumstances are much worse than their younger counterparts when it comes to texting while driving, says a research.

Now, 'Target Blu-Eye' that can let drivers spot police cars half mile away

A new device called " Target Blu-Eye" has been developed that allows drivers to spot police cars over half a mile away.

Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards 2014: Into the life of a truck driver

A special programme on Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards 2014.

Barbados to host 2014 Race of Champions
Barbados to host 2014 Race of Champions

The 2014 Race Of Champions (ROC) will be held at the Bushy Park Circuit in Barbados on December 13-14, the organisers have confirmed.

Young driver's gender plays important role in accidents
Young driver's gender plays important role in accidents

A new study has revealed that gender of the young driver play an important role when it comes to severity of a crash and injuries.

New car system to warn drivers against making phone calls

Scientists have developed a new facial recognition system that detects when drivers are using their mobile phones and warns them to put the devices down.

LED streetlight glare most dangerous for drivers: Study

Do you feel your eyes strain due to the sudden stabs of brightness from street lights while driving at night?

Police `panty gang` dismantled in Brazil

Six police officers in Rio de Janeiro have been arrested on charges of stopping trucks carrying women`s underwear, stealing their merchandise and extorting money from their drivers.

Formula 1 racers `unlearning` old skills

Formula 1 drivers are going `back to school`, so to say, to relearn driving skills thanks to new racing rules and changing technology.

F1 drivers need to ``respect`` team orders: Ricciardo

Red Bull`s Daniel Ricciardo believes Formula One drivers, including his world champion team mate Sebastian Vettel, should respect team orders unless they are "completely out of order".

Sombre minute`s silence for MH370 victims

Drivers, officials and thousands of fans observed a sombre minute`s silence on Sunday before the Malaysian Grand Prix for those missing on disappeared flight MH370.

End to traffic woes? A new system in the offing

Researchers in the Netherlands will next year test a GPS navigation system aimed at preventing the international curse of motorway traffic jams by telling drivers which lane to move to.