As you are making your Thanksgiving driving over the river and through the woods, be sure to keep clear of the deer!
The physics of driving and falling (we hope this never happens to you!)
What happens to helium balloons in a car when the car stops suddenly?
You may have heard about Henry Ford's "soy car." Did this car exist? How did the soy car work?
Don't you hate it when your windows fog up in winter? Want to learn why?
What is the difference between stopping time and distance?
Ever wonder what would happen if lightning struck you car? Find out on this Moment of Science.
If a car is about to hit something, it's not capable of slowing down or stopping all by itself. That might change soon, though.
Commuting is tough on cars, but the most troubling thing about commuting is the toll it takes on people's health. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
As you are driving along, some part of your mind is probably constantly estimating how much space you would need to brake if the car in front of you suddenly stopped. All too often, however, drivers don’t realize the difference between stopping time and stopping distance. Learn more on this Moment of Science.