Like the arrival of the smartphone, electric cars are causing a generational divide. According to a new study from the ‘Drive Change. Drive Electric.’ campaign, Millennials are more accepting of electric cars than Baby Boomers
RepairPal released its America’s Best and Worst Cities for Auto Repair study. In the report, Jacksonville, Florida, ranked as the best city for car repair, and Honolulu ranked as the worst. California star: It’s not
Teenagers who reach for objects, such as food or makeup, while driving increase their risk of crashing nearly seven times, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Their study, which appears in the
Lytx provider of video telematics, shared data revealing the top 10 stretches of road where Lytx observed the most driver cell phone use, as well as the riskiest roads in the country’s five most populous
INRIX, Inc., the world leader in mobility analytics and connected car services, today published the 2018 Global Traffic Scorecard that identified and ranked congestion and mobility trends in more than 200 cities, across 38 countries.
A new report from Navigant Research analyzes the global market for light duty (LD) and medium and heavy duty (MHD) plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) fleets, providing an analysis of the market issues related to fleet
The Department of Efficiency and Renewable Energy released the data for plug-in electric vehicles. It’s no surprise that California had the most registrations per thousand vehicles in the nation. California offers many incentives and rebates.
The Strategy Analytics report, “Autonomous Emergency Braking: Future NCAP Requirements Steer AEB Towards Autonomy”, looks at how Autonomous Emergency Braking has evolved from preventing costly fender benders to becoming the must-have Advanced Driver Assistance System
As new car technologies continue to evolve, consumers are faced with more options that make driving less of a task and more comfortable. Today, Hankook Tire announced the results of its latest quarterly Gauge Index
Nearly five dozen 2019 models meet stricter criteria to qualify for a 2019 TOP SAFETY PICK+ or TOP SAFETY PICK award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The 30 first-tier “plus” award winners earn
The National Safety Council urges drivers to be extra vigilant as they travel to celebrate the holidays with family and friends. NSC estimates 422 people may be killed and 48,100 may be seriously injured in car
Arthur D. Little released its worldwide automotive market report. Key findings are that desire for car ownership remains strong, especially amongst the young, and that drivers are considering a dramatic switch to electric and hybrid