Aggressive maneuvering, horns blaring, center-most fingers locked in their upright positions, these are but a few hallmarks of ill-mannered motoring. Surly, rushed or otherwise incompetent drivers cause mayhem on America’s country roads and urban thoroughfares. Continue Reading...
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The world’s largest lithium-ion battery factory just received a massive tax break. Continue Reading...
The Tesla Gigafactory will be built in. . . the state of Nevada. Continue Reading...
I tagged along for a two legs of MINI Takes the States, an epic cross-country road rally that’s put on by the company. I participated in just two sections of this continent-spanning trip, but that was still enough for me to experience four Midwestern states and some 700 miles of America. But there’s much more… Continue Reading...
As expected, Idaho and Wyoming officially adopted an 80 MPH speed limit on certain highways. Continue Reading...
AAA is urging Illinois legislators not to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state roadways. Continue Reading...
Travel times might be reduced soon in parts of Nevada if a new bill proposing an 85 mph speed limit becomes law. Continue Reading...
Like it or not, self-driving cars are the future of personal transportation. A diverse group of global companies ranging from Volvo to Google are feverishly developing systems to enable autonomous autos. Continue Reading...
Tesla just launched its network of “Superchargers,” speeding up one of the most important aspects of its EVs, but it might not be what you think. Continue Reading...
Google’s self-driving car is pretty ugly with its roof-mounted unit that allows for autonomous driving, but that isn’t stopping it from getting attention from a second state senate. Continue Reading...
It was only December of last year when Google earned patents for autonomous vehicles. Now, the technology continues to rapidly move ahead as automotive supplier Continental has commenced testing a semi-autonomous vehicle of its own that is more affordable and could be among the first licensed for use on Nevada’s designated public roads by months… Continue Reading...
Las Vegas is one of America’s largest tourist attractions, with themed-hotels that ironically replicate landmarks of countries that tourists are probably visiting from. Nonetheless, it’s the one place Americans can all trek to without having to leave the country to experience a diverse amount of cultures, even if they’re not very accurate. And now, Bruton… Continue Reading...
Nevada is first state in the U.S. to approve the legal road use of autonomous vehicles, perhaps due to the long stretches of straight desert roads that can be found in the Silver State. Such approval isn’t without provisos: any self driving vehicle on the road must be indicated with a red license plate. Red, usually the… Continue Reading...