safety

When Cars Kill: Cars are the Leading Cause of Pedestrian and Cyclists Deaths on Roads

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Cars have racked up an impressive record of taking the lives of pedestrians and cyclists on the road they share! One would say that it is the driver's fault. One thing is clear cars kill not the nut behind the wheel. more

Press

Will the all-new Ford Bronco return with a Removable Roll Cage?

Remember the Ford Bronco? For those old enough to recall, this was Ford’s off-roader back in the 1960s all the way to the 1980s. It was tough yet civilized enough to become a daily driver in the city. And it came way before the Sport Utility Vehicle term was coined. more

Mercedes F 015 Self Driving Car

For Mercedes-Benz Self-Driving Cars, Occupant's Safety Is A Bigger Concern Than That Of The Pedestrian

Mercedes-Benz Self-Driving Cars might end up harming a pedestrian if it ever comes to that but won't let its occupants come into harm's way. more

Volvo

2017 Volvo Buses To Come Integrated With Pedestrian And Cyclist Detection Tech

Volvo' said its new trucks in Europe will come integrated with cameras backed with sophisticated software that aims to prevent collisions with pedestrians and cyclists. more

2017 Toyota Sienna: Family Friendly and Easy to Drive

The Perfect Family Car: 2017 Toyota Sienna Earns 5-Star Safety Rating

The 2017 Toyota Sienna is proving to be the perfect family car Toyota envisioned it to be as it boasts performance, efficiency, covenience but most importantly safety as it bags a five star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). more

GMC Denali Reveal Event Ahead Of The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show

General Motors' Safety Oversight Extended for Another Year to Ensure Safety Efforts, Says NHSTA

NHSTA has extended the safety oversight for GM until May of next year. They need to ensure the safety of the vehicles, amidst recall of their vehicles in the past year. more

Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Newest Technology

NHTSA Builds Trust On Self-Driving Tech

The federal agency Nhtsa is helping consumers understand autonomous cars technology. more

Intel Xeon

Intel’s New Acquisition Yogitech To Focus On Improving Safety Of Autonomous Cars

Intel announces the acquisition of the Italian company Yogitech as part of its efforts on improving functional safety of self-driving cars. more

2016 Ford Transit

Ford Issues 2 Recalls For 55,000 Cars Over Safety Issues

Ford issued two separate recalls Wednesday that cover a total of about 55,000 vehicles North America in order to fix safety issues affecting their seats and seat belts. 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

Volvo

Volvo Creates New Baby Seat Concept

Volvo's new child safety innovation has adults talking. more

Highway

Bill Aims To Clarify Vehicle Tech Funding

HR 910, which is known as the Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Safety Technology Investment Flexibility Act, has gained support from the auto industry and other backers. more

Uber Sued for Alleged Driver Rape

The lawsuit calls Uber "electronic hitchhiking" and seeks unspecified damages. more

Mazda

Mazda Recalls 330K Cars

Mazda has expanded a recall for faulty air bag inflators. more

2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M

BMW X5 Rated for Safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the BMW X5 five stars in the front crash test, five stars in the side crash test and four stars in the rollover crash test. more

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