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I couldn’t believe it. After more than three decades of legal, licensed driving, I failed my driving test. It was a little humbling, to say the least. Some time ago, I suffered a traumatic brain injury. Not to worry, I have fully recovered, but thank you for your concern just the same. The doctor who
Since the advent of the electric car (EV), many arguments have been used to accentuate their positives. The one most commonly heard is that the EV’s are far more environmentally friendly than their gasoline-powered brethren. But is this really the case? The answer to this question, as it is with many questions, is “it depends.” Where
Since its inception, the Tesla automobile has garnered much media attention, some good and some bad. Perhaps the most tragic was the news last summer of a man involved in a fatality accident with an 18 wheeler that crossed the median on a Florida highway. The accident occurred while the car was in Autopilot mode.
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With the winter season upon us and colder temperatures become the norm, keeping safe on the road requires greater attention and the use of driving skills that have been neatly tucked away since last year. One of the situations that will get those skills dusted off in a hurry is the presence of black ice.
With 2000 comments and 6000 shares on Facebook, a Michigan man’s traffic ticket caused no small stir. A man in Roseville, Michigan, doing something done by dozens of his neighbors and thousands of people on cold mornings nationwide, received a $128 ticket for warming up his car in his driveway. He claims to have only
Since 2010, Illinois state troopers have written fewer tickets every year. In fact, by the end of this year, the number will have dropped by 49%. while this will certainly equate to lost revenue for ticket attorneys, the defensive driving industry and the state, it may be leading to an even greater loss, the loss of life.
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Once there was a man named Christopher Riley who found himself caught in a Coral Gables speed trap, and it gave him an idea. While most people only think of themselves in this situation and either pay the ticket or fight it in court, Riley decided he would like to do something for everyone finding
If you’ve ever taken advantage of Google maps to get you anywhere, you are probably aware that this nifty navigation tool was made possible in large part by Google’s self-driving cars. While the search engine giant has worked for the past six years to refine its self-driving vehicles, it has recently spun off its car
In 2015, Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, made an incredibly insightful statement. “Uber can find you, but 911 can’t.” Now, using the same global positioning technology as companies such as Uber and Lyft, first responders can locate those who need their help in a time of emergency. A Ride to the Airport, but Not