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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is putting the brakes on rear-end collisions. The regulator announced this month that it will update its five-star Rating System to include automatic emergency braking as a recommended safety feature beginning with model year 2018.Anthony Foxx, U.S. Transportation Secretary, says the technology was added to the ranking system […] Read More
A traffic accident investigation continues following a car accident involving a West Palm Beach police officer and another vehicle.The accident was caught on surveillance video obtained exclusively by local news outlet WPBF 25.If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident , you deserve to know your legal rights. At Gordon […] Read More
More and more automakers are working to add technological features into their vehicles. From Wi-Fi to GPS, car manufacturers are working to get consumers constantly connected.Unfortunately, new studies are finding that all these fun features are distracting drivers even more than before. Two new studies have found that voice-activated smartphones and dashboard systems may be […] Read More
It seems as though each year, motor vehicle manufacturers are adapting more and more in-car technology features into their vehicles. Although some of these, such as rear-view cameras, can help prevent disasters, others are not as necessary.With all these new features, it was likely that a bug would eventually be found. A study by security […] Read More
Technology use on the road has recently gotten a bit of a bad rap as distracted driving accidents continue to increase. However, a new piece of wearable tech could actually alert drivers as to when they are dozing off behind the wheel.Developed by the Biomechanics Institute (IBV) in Valencia, Spain, the Heart and Respiration In-Car […] Read More
With news surfacing about a pending U.S Transportation Department proposal that will request all new vehicles sold in the US to be equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced it is in the planning stages of mandating V2V systems in all new cars.While the technology is intended […] Read More