Redesigned for 2015, this second-generation Genesis looks, feels and drives like a luxury car should: distinctive, roomy, comfortable, quiet, powerful and loaded with safety and infotainment features. Yet it¿s priced thousands less than similarly equipped competitors.
As today's computer-powered vehicles become increasingly connected to drivers and their lives and capable of transmitting data to the outside world, civil liberties organizations and driver advocacy groups have begun raising concerns with regulators, legislators and industry leaders.
Michael Pecht feels like Sherlock Holmes sometimes, and not just because he plays violin on the side. He runs a 120-person engineering team at the University of Maryland where he and others get to figure out why something is going wrong — from windshield wipers to highly technical parts.
The Harford County Sheriff's Office arrested four people for drinking and driving, or for having drugs, during a recent sobriety checkpoint at Route 152 near Stockton Road overnight between Saturday and Sunday.
Elaine Ortiz had long entertained the idea of learning to ride a motorcycle, but the 5 feet tall, the Columbia resident sits on the back of her boyfriend's Ducati 900 and discovers she comes up a bit short.
The Harford County Traffic Task Force was formed approximately two years ago and is comprised of officers from each agency within the county- the Harford County Sheriff's Office, Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack, Maryland State Police JFK Barrack, Aberdeen PD, Bel Air PD, and Havre de Grace PD
AAA Mid-Atlantic today released a list of safety tips to help parents and care givers remember to never leave a child unattended in a car. Their advice comes on the heels of the heartbreaking death on Friday of a 16-month-old Baltimore County girl.
Starting around this time of year, dozens of children across the country die after being forgotten sweltering inside of cars each summer. A group of Johns Hopkins University students may have found a way to ensure parents remember even a silently sleeping baby.
Four and a half years after a crash on I-270 in Gaithersburg, the family that lost a child could change Maryland law to allow victims of drunk-driving crashes and their families to sue bars and restaurants if their drunk-driving patrons cause deaths and injuries.
William Charles Brubaker, a retired aeronautical engineer who was a founding trombone player in the Baltimore Colts Marching Band, died at Sinai Hospital Feb. 12 of complications of injuries he suffered near his Lutherville home. Family members said he had been struck by a vehicle while walking last year. He was 91.
A raft of new state laws take effect Monday. Children under 8-years-old will be required to sit in a booster seat or child seat until they reach a certain height, and morticians will have to follow stricter rules under legislation enacted by the General Assembly earlier this year.
State troopers on Friday will begin a new enforcement campaign targeting truckers and other commercial vehicle drivers who illegally park along Interstate 83 in Baltimore County, according to the Maryland State Police.
A motorcycle rights group came to Annapolis to call on the General Assembly to pass a bill that would require Maryland tire dealers to inform consumers of research showing that tires deteriorate with age and that a federal agency recommends that they be replaced after six years even if the tread depth is adequate.