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85th Geneva International Motor Show - Day 1

Self-Driving Cars Decide To Kill Pedestrians

The hype around self-driving car evolution is reaching a fever pitch and we better be prepared for it for new plans for our autonomous future are regularly declared. more

Bruce McLaren

McLaren F1, Worth $20 Million And Ultra Rare, Meets Its Demise In A New Zealand Ditch

A McLaren F1 crashed into a ditch in New Zealand, where its 65-year-old Australian driver was one of 33 others taking part in a country-wide McLaren convoy in honor of the company's late founder, Bruce McLaren. The McLaren F1 is one of the world's rarest cars: Not only did McLaren discontinue its production in 1998, but only 64 of the vehicles were ever produced during its tenure. more

The popularity of SUVs in the UK is rising at an unprecedented rate, but so are the parking-related incidents. The typical UK parking spot is built for cars much smaller than SUVs and 4x4s.

SUV Boom: Rising Carpark Accidents May Lead To Bigger Parking Spaces in UK

The UK's biggest parking space supplier, National Car Parks (NCP), is looking to widen parking spaces across the country to combat a 35 percent increase in parking-related accidents since 2014. The alarming rise, more than third, in just two years is being attributed to the soaring popularity of SUVs and 4x4s in UK markets. more

2006 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Recalls 320,000 Trucks And SUVs Over Side Airbag Issue

Toyota has recalled 320,000 trucks and SUVs in order to fix a problem with their airbags that can present a safety issue. more

2015 Nissan Altima

Nissan Recalls 930,000 Altimas Over Faulty Hood Latches For Third Time

Nissan has issued its third recall for Altima midsize cars in order to fix a problem with their latches that could let the hood fly open while the vehicle is moving. more

Google's Self-Driving Car

Obama Administration Proposes $4B Plan To Push Self-Driving Car Development

Self-driving technology is winning over the White House, as the Obama Administration proposed a plan Thursday to spend $4 billion on kicking up the development of autonomous cars. more


Toyota And Nissan Ditch Takata As Airbag Supplier

Takata’s airbag issue is affecting the company in a major way, as Toyota and Nissan announced Friday that they will no long being using the firm as their airbag supplier. more

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