135 Blog Posts From the DRIVERLESS CARS Tag


Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 17, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 17, 2018

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future Weekly Roundup: In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Announcements from the Detroit Auto Show— –Trump Administration likes AVs— –Feds want more input on AV Regs— –Auto Execs finally admit AVs years away– Click on the colored title to see the full story NMA […]

Shiny New Objects at CES 2018

Shiny New Objects at CES 2018

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future weekly feature: January always gives a one-two punch for auto technology. First the CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show) hits Las Vegas with everything from headphones to autonomous vehicles (AV) showcased quickly followed by the Detroit Auto Show, one of the world’s most important car showcase events. This week, […]

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for January 12, 2018

NMA Driving News Weekly Roundup for January 12, 2018

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –Feds and CA bump heads over CAFÉ— –Feds grow License Plate dragnet— –State Legislatures begin their work— –Oregon thinks Open Tolling– Click on the color headline to read the full story. NMA Driving News Story of the Week California, feds bump heads over CAFE standard changes When it comes […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 10, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 10, 2018

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future Weekly Roundup: In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Many Industry Announcements from CES 2018— –US and CA Regulators meet over fuel rules— –China readies plans to halt ICE engined cars— –Consumer Watchdog says Voluntary Driverless Car Regs are not working– Click on the […]

Automated = Slow

Automated = Slow

How fast will automated cars go? Will it take you longer — or less — to get where you want to go? The answer to those questions can be discovered by taking a ride on a city bus or any other government-run public conveyance. They all operate at Least Common Denominator Speed — which will […]