'Connected' cars new buzzword at IAA fair
Following smartphones and tablet computers, motorists look set to be the next big market for connected devices as automakers wow crowds with the latest Internet-enabled models at the IAA motor show.
Stronger teen graduated driver licensing program show mixed results for involvement in fatal crashes
The use of stronger graduated driver licensing programs for 16- to 19-year old drivers in the U.S. that included restrictions on nighttime driving and allowed passengers were associated with a lower incidence of fatal crashes ...
New study finds patchwork of licence requirements for older drivers
A national study shows that licensing policies for older drivers vary widely in Canada, raising issues for the coming increase in seniors.
Study aims to improve fuel economy by 30 percent
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside along with their research partners have received a $1.2 million grant from the Department of Energy to study and evaluate technologies that provide feedback to drivers ...
Volkswagen demonstrates “Temporary Auto Pilot” (w/ Video)
Phone apps let users mock the law, but authorities aren't laughing
Want to fool merchants with a fake ID? Hack someone's text messages? Or how about tracking where your co-workers are, without their knowing it? There's an app for that.
Volkswagen announces 'Temporary Auto Pilot' with advanced features
New methods keep bugs out of software for self-driving cars
Driver assistance technologies, such as adaptive cruise control and automatic braking, promise to someday ease traffic on crowded routes and prevent accidents. Proving that these automated systems will work as intended is ...