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Blame Autopilot: who’s responsible for preventing autonomous car crashes?
There’s no question that self-driving vehicle technology is the hot topic in the automotive industry. Every major manufacturer seems to be designing their future models with self-driving functionality. The tech industry is also developing and testing its own solutions, including Waymo (Google/Alphabet’s self-driving car project), Uber, Apple, Aptiv, Zoox, and almost countless others. The applications... Continue Reading →
Auto-Existentialism: What You Should Be Driving, According to Your Personal Philosophy
There’s no denying that one place we tend to express ourselves, including our worldviews and lifestyles, is through what we choose to drive. In this post, we look at some worldviews as expressed by the greatest minds—and filtered down into ours—to find out what kind of car YOU should be driving, based on how you... Continue Reading →
The Best Cars for Tall Drivers
Aside from the obvious pick up trucks, it may be difficult to find a car that accommodates tall drivers. Here's our list of the best cars for tall drivers to help ease the anxiety of testing out cars for head and leg room. Ford Flex Head room: 41.8 inches Leg room: 40.8 inches Mr. Fluffy... Continue Reading →
Who Do You Trust To Develop Self-Driving Cars?
Who do you trust to develop self-driving cars? Tech companies like Google? Automakers like BMW? Electric car companies like Tesla? Consumer product companies like Samsung or Apple? Carinsurance.com recently asked consumers just that, and here's how people responded: "I'd trust an automaker over a tech company" - 54% "I'd trust Tesla" - 18% "I'd trust... Continue Reading →