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A new study out from AAA found that advanced vehicle safety systems struggled when weather conditions weren't optimal. Some test runs even ended in collisions.
As the U.S. returns to some semblance of normalcy post-COVID-19, can cities keep commuters off the roads long enough to prevent the freeways from becoming gridlocked once again?
Americans drove billions of miles less in 2020 because of the coronavirus. But despite fewer miles on the road, the U.S. had the biggest spike in fatal car accidents since 2007.
By Sarah Gleim
A software update from Ford heats cars up to 133 degrees Fahrenheit to help police officers reduce the footprint of the COVID-19 virus in their patrol fleet.
Dashcams are inexpensive and easy to install. And they might be provide critical evidence if you're involved in a car accident. So why don't you have one?
The Green Mountain State has introduced a bill to allow motorists to include emojis on their license plates. And we are totally on board.
School buses are some of the safest vehicles on the road. But most also don't have seat belts, leaving the children inside vulnerable to injury in a crash.
The zipper merge is best. Drivers should stay in their lane until the very last minute and then take turns entering the open lane.
Seems like just when you've settled on a parking spot far out, some joker cruises by and gets a space in the front row. What do scientists think is the best way to score a good parking space?
Who needs the DMV? If Texas HB 409 passes, parents could soon bypass it altogether and make their novice teens legal to drive.
Ever get red light after red light when you're driving? Often, it's because traffic lights aren't synced to each other. But would doing so really fix traffic problems?
By Dave Roos