First Supplier Approved to Test Autonomous Vehicles in Nevada

First Supplier Approved to Test Autonomous Vehicles in Nevada
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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...

GM Crossovers Get Innovative New Airbag, Lane Departure Technology

GM Crossovers Get Innovative New Airbag, Lane Departure Technology
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General Motors is targeting a safety issue with new equipment that until now has been unaddressed. They plan to release a front-seat center-airbag (pictured above) that deploys between the driver and passenger seats. The new feature is supposed to improve safety in the event of far-side impact crashes, which statistics show to be responsible for… Continue Reading...

California Considers Bill To Shorten Yellow Light Times

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California Considers Bill To Shorten Yellow Light Times
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The state of California is considering lowering speed limits and shortening yellow light times. The Senate Transportation Committee will hold a hearing tomorrow on Assembly Bill 529. This bill proposes to rewrite the state’s speed trap law so that cities would be able to round down all speed limits. The measure passed the full Assembly by a… Continue Reading...

New York Speed Limit Sign Will Scare You Into Slowing Down

New York Speed Limit Sign Will Scare You Into Slowing Down
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Here’s one way of getting your point across in regards to obeying the speed limit – in New York City, the Department of Transportation will flash a skeleton to scare you into going 30 miles per hour. Set to be launched this summer, a radar-equipped, custom-designed speed board will spook drivers who go above the… Continue Reading...