Weird Driving Laws Around the World. Example: In Denmark, You Have to Check Your Car Before You Set Off [VIDEO]
Most places have different driving laws. Some may be weird, and some are cautionary. And in some places, you'll really have to play by the rules, or you risk going to jail for breaking it. The video posted below courtesy of CarThrottle, shows off some of the weird and humorous driving laws in som...

Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn says that self-driving cars could arrive on the roads before 2018, if legal issues don't get in the way. They've already created the Next 2 prototype version of the Zoe EV which allows drivers to let go of the controls at speeds below 30km/h.
The Nissan GT-R remains as one of the fastest production cars on sale today. So how would it fare if it were pitted against the V8 powered Jaguar F-Type R Coupe? It delivers exactly the same output of 542hp as the Japanese car.
Audi UK revealed images and information on its forthcoming RS6 Avant Plus. Except...the folks over at the headquarters did not sanction the premature release.

GTSpirit was able to capture screenshots of the uncovered model before the leak was taken down.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance announced that they have finally taken over Russia's largest automaker AvtoVax. According to a Reuters report, Renault-Nissan has 67.1 percent stake in the holding company that controls AvtoVaz.
Ford is looking to make safety a bigger standard issue in their cars. Their Transit van is going to be the first with full-length curtain airbags. It has been designed to help provide enhanced head and neck protection in rollover and side-impact crashes.
Would you choose Google or Apple to be in your car's dashboard? Apple revealed CarPlay - an interface for a vehicle's infotainment system. Google on the other hand, recently announced Android Auto. And it promises to be a seamless device-to-car integration for 80 percent of global smartphone users on the Android system.
Driving without your full concentration is the number 1 killer on roads. Here are five driving outrages that pisses off presenter Brian Cooley in the video below. Chances are, it will piss you off too. Watch the video after the jump: 
BMW's latest X4 ad wants you to "Go", but go where? Go anywhere, apparently. The ad suggests that the X4 is versatile enough to travel just about anywhere and everywhere. Watch the ad after the jump.

Ford showed off the facelifted 2015 Focus ST prior to its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed's hill climb. It uses a tuned variant of the European Focus' 148hp 2.0 liter TDCi with Auto Start-Stop packing in 183hp at 3,500 rpm and 400Nm of peak torque. from 2,000-2,750 rpm.
Honda's Civic Type R will arrive in European dealerships in summer of 2015, but the automaker has already started teasing the hot-hatch. They've launched a new teaser campaign for the it featuring the concept car instead of the production model.
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