January 2016 Archives

NTSB aims to reduce car crashes

On Jan. 13, the National Transportation Safety Board announced its Most Wanted list for 2016 at the 95th annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board. It features 10 issues that the agency wants to see addressed in the coming year. The current list contains four issues that were part of the list in 2015 and six new issues included for this year. One of the top priorities is to add collision-avoidance technology for vehicles as well as reduce fatigue-related car accidents in California and around the country.

Self-driving cars appear to have trouble with human drivers

California is one of the leading states in the nation when it comes to self-driving cars. This potentially revolutionary technology has been designed and tested on the roads of the state, and the initial usage of these driverless vehicles has been manifestly positive. There have been no fatalities or injuries reported in association with any of these automobiles yet.

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