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Most of us drive a car because we have to get to work or run errands. We sit in traffic, honk and complain about how bad the other driver is. But what about driving for fun -- experiencing the thrill of taking a back road or just stopping to see something you've never seen before?
Stress is part of everyday life and according to a recent study, that everyday commute is a big factor.
Driving on the Beltway could soon be old news, because new technology lets the car do the driving for you.
Memorial Day weekend can be a dangerous time of year on the roads with more people traveling and attending parties and barbecues.
So, you got a ticket. How much will your insurance premiums go up? Insurance.com analyzed insurance quotes to come up with this list.
Mom's house, prom night and a commencement at Howard University will be among this weekend's top travel destinations.
Find out where Maryland and Virginia rank on State Farm's deer crash list.
Speeding, drinking and driving late at night are more likely to occur among 16- and 17-year-old teen drivers as the number of their teenage passengers increases, a study by AAA says.
Laws adding requirements for silver drivers seeking to renew their license vary in the D.C. Metro area.
Do you have a spare tire? No, we are not talking about your waist, we are talking about what's in your car's trunk. Before you set off on a winter driving trip, you may want to take a look in the trunk and see how your vehicle is equipped.