Numerous automotive technologies help prevent crashes, from stability control and lane-keep assist to blind-spot monitoring and automatic braking. But none of these features can prevent you from driving off the road, which is an incredibly dangerous situation. Continue Reading...
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Toyota showcased several future safety technologies today during the fourth annual Toyota Advanced Safety Seminar. Continue Reading...
Toyota plans to make collision avoidance technology available on all its models and might even add it to the standard equipment list on each of its vehicles. Continue Reading...
You’ve likely seen an inattentive driver on the road, drifting out of their lane while they check their phone, reaching for something in the back seat or fiddling with their infotainment system. Or maybe, that driver was you. Continue Reading...
The negative impact that voice controls had on J.D. Power’s most recent Initial Quality Study is significant. Continue Reading...
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Tesla are hoping to be allowed to leave side-view mirrors behind. Continue Reading...
Volvo is looking in-car safety technology directly in the eye… Literally. Continue Reading...
According to a recent study released by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the federally-mandated electronic stability control (ESC) technology is saving an increasing number of lives each year. Continue Reading...
Wifi Direct allows some smartphones to communicate without cell phone towers, but thanks to new research by GM it might also keep pedestrians and cyclists safe. Continue Reading...
EuroFOT, a European large-scale field test on driving safety, is finally concluded and suggests that safety systems like adaptive cruise control and collision warning systems reduce the risk of a crash by 42 percent. Continue Reading...
Systems to detect when a driver might be dozing off aren’t new by any means, but that sort of technology is still in the upper echelons of luxury safety features. Now, automotive technology company Bosch is hoping to change that. Continue Reading...