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AutoGuide Lists Safest 2016 Cars So Far

AutoGuide Lists Safest 2016 Cars So Far

AutoGuide has published a list of “The Safest Cars You Can Buy in 2016.” To come up with the list, AutoGuide chose only vehicles that have earned a “Top Safety Pick +” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), as well as a five-star overall rating...

Colorado State Patrol Announces 2015 Pot Driving Stats

Colorado State Patrol Announces 2015 Pot Driving Stats

In Colorado, the recreational use of marijuana became legal on January 1, 2014, beginning what the Colorado State Patrol calls "a new era of impaired driving in the state. According to the Denver Post, the CSP has announced the results of its tracking of marijuana...

One Day Tech May Relieve Denver’s Traffic Problems

In an article about how self-driving cars could help to unsnarl Denver’s traffic, Jon Murray writes for The Denver Post that solutions are in the works: Experts agree more about the scale of that transformation -- essentially marking a sea-change in driving -- than on...

Not as Good as New: Diminished Value After a Car Accident

Not as Good as New: Diminished Value After a Car Accident

When a vehicle is damaged in an accident and then repaired, the resale value may be less than a comparable vehicle that has not been damaged. In other words, the damage results in a reduction, or "diminution," in the market value of the vehicle, even after the repairs...

Algorithm Helps Autonomous Vehicles Recognize Pedestrians

Algorithm Helps Autonomous Vehicles Recognize Pedestrians

Thanks to an algorithm developed by University of California San Diego researchers that can improve the way autonomous cars recognize pedestrians, the roads will one day be even safer, Aaron Turpen wrote for Gizmag. Electrical engineers at UCSD’s Jacobs School of...

NHTSA Defines Google’s Autonomous Vehicle Technology as Driver

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will allow Google’s self-driving vehicle system to be considered a driver under federal law, David Shepardson and Paul Lienert reported for Reuters, noting that that's a huge step towards autonomous vehicles...

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