For the first time in over eight years, Americans face a frightening reality. The auto fatality rate rises in 2015, reversing a eight year-long trend of fewer car deaths. Distracted driving is partially to blame.
Switzerland will test the world’s first autonomous bus on public streets in the city of Sion, in the French-speaking canton of Valais in Spring 2016.
The LA Auto Show will be open to the public November 20th through November 29th. Car lovers expect great things as the auto industry notches a record sales year.
Google’s perfect driving record remains intact for driverless cars despite being pulled over by Mountain View Police for going 24 in a 35 mph zone and backing up traffic.
DriverLab is an $8.4 million simulator being built at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, in Canada. DriverLab tests how good existing license-holders are.
Rain is blamed for an IHOP parking lot collapse in Meridian, Mississippi. Customers heard a sudden boom before the earth swallowed the newly constructed lot.
A new approach to LIDAR makes autonomous vehicles more affordable in the future. In addition, the new LIDAR is faster, providing a more accurate picture of its surroundings. Its compact size and lightweight make it suitable for smaller devices, such as smartphones or small drones.
Clear preferences exist between boy cars and girl cars according to reported data and my own unscientific survey.
The 1937 “Million-Franc” Delahaye is at the center of an automotive controversy. Two elderly millionaire car collectors each own a version of the Delahaye coupe. Each has a historian backing up his claims to own the one, true “Million Franc” racecar.
Land Rover transparent trailer technology improves your safety by eliminating a gigantic blind spot directly behind your vehicle with a trailer in tow. The luxury SUV-maker has created a concept system that shows drivers what’s behind them as if the rear-window is free from obstructions.