What are the Latest Technologies for Drivers?

While self-driving cars are the most anticipated auto technology, it is quite unlikely that you will find one on the road within the next year or two. In the meantime, many new technologies have been developed to take driving to a whole new level. Some of them are already in use, while others will be available in the near future. Here is a look at the latest innovations in driving technology…

Should heavy-duty pickup trucks have window stickers with fuel mileage estimates?

If you were to stroll into your nearest Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Nissan, or Ram dealership, you’d find a bunch of pickup trucks. Most of those would have proper window stickers labeled with things like base prices, options prices, location of manufacture, and, crucially, fuel economy estimates. But you’d also run across a number of heavy-duty trucks with no such fuel mileage data from the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA doesn’t require automakers to publish the valuable miles-per-gallon measurement for vehicles with gross weight ratings that exceed 8,500 pounds. That makes it difficult for consumers to compare behemoths powered by turbocharged diesel engines…

Washington: After two years, are toll lanes here to stay?

They launched tolling on the interstate as a two-year experiment and said it could become permanent if the lanes pay for themselves and cars move …

Will A Driverless Car Take Away My Keys?

When I recently read that driverless cars may be on the road in less than five years, I first spouted a variation of Charlton Heston’s angry response to …

Driverless feature in the car is amounting to $5 billion

Previously, the automotive industry has been measured by how quickly it assembles cars, reaching them to customers, lends money against them, and collects money to maintain and upgrade them. The industry will be measured by how many miles it moves passengers, and how much margin it generates on every mile traveled…