"How in-car sensing technology will save lives"

(Venturebeat.com, March 12, 2017.)

"The Alarming Rise of Distracted Pedestrians"

(Automotive-fleet.com, March 6, 2017.)

"Tough new penalties for using your phone while driving come into effect today"

(Techradar.com, March 1, 2017.)

"Young Millennials Top List of Worst Behaved Drivers"

(AAA.com, February 17, 2017.)


"Gov't to require cars be able to talk to each other"

(USNews.com, December 13, 2016.)

"Teen driver and passenger die while Facebook Live streaming during fatal car crash"

(Nydailynews.com, December 8, 2016,)


"Apple Drops Hints About Working on Self-Driving Cars”

(The Wall Street Journal, December 3, 2016.)


“In the letter to NHTSA, Apple called on the regulator to work quickly to adopt new safety rules and look at ways to be more flexible with regulations. Mr. Kenner said by “improving regulatory flexibility,” the agency would foster more innovation and encourage “the development of life-saving technology.”


“FMCSA Finalizes Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse Rule”

(Truckinginfo.com, December 2, 2016.)

“Once the clearinghouse is established [Jan. 4, 2017], motor carrier employers will be required to query the system for information concerning current or prospective employees who have “unresolved violations”.


“Ky. Texting Ban Hard to Enforce”

(Automotivefleet.com, November 28, 2016.)

“Kentucky's ban on texting while driving—a law difficult to enforce because of loopholes— has failed to adequately curtail the state's distracted driving problem, according to state officials. But legislative reform efforts are in the works.”


“Safety Agency’s New Guidelines Aim to Curb Distracted Driving”

(Fox News, November 23, 2016.)

“The problem of distracted driving has grown into an epidemic,” said William Wallace, policy analyst for Consumers Union, the policy and mobilization arm of Consumer Reports. “These guidelines could help [ . . .] but there also needs to be a much broader effort with everyone—automakers, tech companies, regulators, and consumers—playing a role.”

“Biggest Spike in Traffic Deaths in 50 Years? Blame Apps”

(The New York Times, November 16, 2016.)

“Innovations since [a decade ago] — car Wi-Fi and a host of new apps — have led to a boom in internet use in vehicles that safety experts say is contributing to a surge in highway deaths.”


“GM Charts Course for Noncore Businesses”

(The Wall Street Journal, November 3, 2016.)

“Detroit auto maker says units like financing and mobility services will add $2 billion to bottom line by 2019.”


“Managing Driving’s Many Distractions”

(The Wall Street Journal, October 25, 2016.)

“A recent study by State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. of 1,000 drivers a year shows that 55% of drivers reported talking on a hand-held cellphone, 33% reported sending a text message and 26% surfed the internet on their phones.”


“General Motors Brings IBM’s Watson Into Its Vehicles”

(The Wall Street Journal, October 25, 2016.)

“The auto maker on Wednesday is unveiling a new version of its OnStar system to offer mobile-commerce services beyond navigation and entertainment.”

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