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According to a new study by IHS, the world's roadways will begin seeing driverless cars by 2020, with 54 million self-driving vehicles on the road by 2035, worldwide. The study also predicts that almost every personal, as well as commercial, vehicle in use after 2050 will be self-driving.
A study could pave way for further research and new state laws designed to reduce cell phone and texting-related car and truck crashes, says Louisiana personal injury attorney James Wattigny of
New "instant highway" facility brings safety and pollution solution to Darling Downs and State's most hazardous roads BRISBANE, Australia, Dec.
Rating fleet drivers, providing them with easy access to their driving history and explaining to them how their history is converted into their risk scores are keys to getting them to buy into
State Farm Insurance statistics show that smartphone ownership and distracted driving are on the rise, potentially raising the risk of rear-end car accidents in Texas, according to Dallas rear-end
New York Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar, of Munawar & Andrews-Santillo, Warns Tri-State Drivers to Exercise Greater Caution as More Inclement Weather Expected to Hit Region
New in-car smartphone applications could use technology to combat texting while driving and cell phone-related accidents, say Boston car accident lawyer Mark E.
Justin Farar, of Farar & Lewis LLP, weighs in on San Clemente car crash. (PRWEB) December 18, 2013 On 12/07/2013, a car accident in San Clemente,
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