When you think of hobos riding the rails across America, you probably think of the Great Depression or other bygone eras. Yet you may be surprised to learn train-hoppers are alive and well in modern-day America -- and, what's more, around the world.
It's time for another installment of nuts and bolts, wherein Scott and Ben try (unsuccessfully) to squeeze in all the emails, news stories, stats and anecdotes that haven't made it into earlier episodes. Tune in to see if your letter made it to the air!
Join Scott and Ben as they explore Autoblog's picks for the best and worst cars of 2015 -- some of the results might surprise you.
With help from ex-Tesla employees and a Chinese tech-tycoon, Faraday Future is planning to revolutionize the electric car market. But how? Join Scott and Ben as they take a closer look at the controversial new company.
Since 1938, the small town of Sturgis, South Dakota, has grown to a metropolis as bikers from around the world gather to celebrate the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Listen in to learn more about one of the world's largest bike rallies.
According to multiple estimates, the safety belt has saved over one million lives. So where did it come from?
How did a company that started out making coffee mills and bicycles become one of the most important names in modern racing? Tune in to learn more.
Each year, thousands die on America's interstates -- but which roads are the most dangerous? The answer may surprise you.
The forward-mounted engines of Funny Cars set them apart in the world of drag racing, but that's just the beginning of the story.
Eddie Rickenbacker wasn't just a race car driver -- he was an American hero. In this episode of the Legends series, Scott and Ben follow the rise of Eddie Rickenbacker from ace pilot to legendary driver.