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How Safe is Safe Enough? Renowned Research Group Says Waiting for the Perfect Vehicle would Cost Half a Million Lives

By Auto Consumer News Desk |

We all feel the rumblings that the era of the self-driving car is approaching; some say it’s here already. But the technology behind driverless cars is still developing and improving, and only a handful of states currently permit autonomous vehicles (AVs) on their roads, primarily for limited, testing purposes at this time. Is a completely driverless world in our future, and if so, how far away is it? Five years? Twenty? One well-known research organization has conducted a study…

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New Technologies… New Distractions

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Infotainment. It’s information. It’s entertainment. And it’s constantly beckoning to us from our car’s dashboard. Some of the information provided can be very helpful to the driving experience, while some are just for fun, and in between we have the cries for constant communication and social media updates we have grown to feel are indispensable to our daily lives, but probably really aren’t. How much information do we need to have streaming at us while we are driving, and what are the best (and safest) ways…

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How do Cars get Recalled?

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You may have never experienced an auto recall, or you may feel that you get notices all the time, but most of them are for minor issues. Would you be surprised to learn that over 50 million cars are recalled every year? In fact, recalls have been hitting record numbers recently. In this article, Auto Insider looks at how cars end up getting recalled, and the steps you can take to make sure you know about any recall of your vehicle as soon as possible.

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Is Your Car’s Lane Departure Warning System Bugging You? Too Bad. It Could Save Your Life.

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Some people still can’t manage to put on their seat belt until reminded by the car’s incessant beeping. Now imagine having your car alert you every time you start to drift outside your lane. Uncomfortable with the obtrusiveness of this new technology, some drivers have chosen to forego the option to install lane departure warning system on their new vehicle, or they have disabled the feature when it came standard on their car. These drivers may want to think twice. A recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety…

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Which are the Most Reliable Cars on the Road Today?

By Auto Consumer News Desk |

Before you plunk down $18,000 on that new Ford Fiesta, or go big and shell out $110,000 for the latest Tesla Model X, you might want to know just how reliable these vehicles are. When we talk about vehicle reliability, we are going to the very heart of the car owner’s experience. How many little problems will you be inconvenienced with? How much downtime will you suffer while your car is in for repairs? What kind of resale value can you expect down the road? The more reliable your car is, the greater overall satisfaction you are likely to have with your vehicle choice.

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