A woman with a toddler in her car rammed into pedestrians on the packed Las Vegas Strip Sunday, killing one person and injuring 26 others.
At this point toll roads in Almaty will be unprofitable, Deputy Akim of Almaty said.
A truck driver caused traffic chaos in Melbourne Thursday by speeding the wrong way down a freeway with what was feared to be an explosive device strapped to his head, police said.
A new study out Monday suggests a new hazard to consider while pregnant: driving.
A handful of fed-up residents in one of the world's noisiest cities have taken on a daunting challenge: persuading Indian drivers to stop honking their car horns.
Brew an espresso, watch a movie on a large screen, surf the Internet or simply sit and chat with friends?
A bus carrying New Year travellers plunged off one of Thailand's highest bridges in the kingdom's northeast, leaving at least 29 people dead, police said Friday.
Americans were shocked at the alleged $3.31-per-hour wage paid to an Indian diplomat's housekeeper in a case that has sparked global outrage. But to Rupa Thakur, who does the same job in Mumbai, it sounded like a small fortune.
A US woman thought to be the first person to get a traffic ticket for wearing Google Glass pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday, her lawyer said.
The grand mufti of Saudi Arabia said a ban on women driving in the conservative Gulf state protects society from "evil".
The MAN oil tank truck driver told his story of the accident of the oil tank truck and the petroleum tank train near Aktau that caused an explosion, fire and human victims.
The fine for driving drunk will be increased to 1 million tenge ($6,530) in Kazakhstan.
Saudi Arabia was braced for possible protests Saturday after women activists declared an "open driving campaign" against the deeply conservative kingdom's ban on women behind the wheel.
A New Zealand woman drove for hundreds of kilometres (miles) while asleep at the wheel, sending texts from her mobile phone along the way.
The driver of a train that derailed in Spain killing 79 people was on the phone to a coworker at the time of the accident, while the train was racing at nearly twice the speed limit.
Trucks blocked highways across Brazil for a second straight day on Wednesday as drivers pressed demands for fuel subsidies, better working conditions, and an end to road tolls.
Kazakhstan children will be officially allowed to drive vehicles.
Police on Friday charged a drunk man after pulling over a car on Australia's Gold Coast to allegedly find a seven-year-old boy driving him home at 3:00 am.
A US family has published the last, cut-off text message written by their 22-year-old son who crashed his car and died while using his cellphone, in the hope of preventing similar tragedies.
Kazakhstan police officers stopped a truck on the road and found a dead body in its front seat.
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