52 Blog Posts From the DRIVERLESS CARS Tag


Intelligent Intersections with no Left Turns

Intelligent Intersections with no Left Turns

The NMA Foundation presents the Car of the Future weekly feature: When you think about autonomous vehicles, you generally think about the car itself.  You don’t normally think about the street environment the car will drive in. Autonomous vehicles though will also be connected vehicles—connected to other cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and to all kinds of street furniture. […]

Giving Up the Wheel for a Passenger Seat As You Get Older

Giving Up the Wheel for a Passenger Seat As You Get Older

As we age, or have parents and grandparents who are getting older, we find the decision to stop driving a very complicated one. Giving up the car keys can bring up a lot of questions and emotions. Questions such as, “How will I get to my Doctor appointment? How will I get groceries? And what […]

Is Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Communications at a Crossroads?

Is Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Communications at a Crossroads?

The NMA Foundation presents the Car of the Future weekly feature: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) deadline for comments on the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards: V2V Communications was April 13. In the two weeks before the deadline, a flurry of auto industry groups, privacy NGO’s and safety advocates made haste with comments and released them […]

Driving News Roundup: April 21, 2017

Driving News Roundup: April 21, 2017

In this week’s Driving News Roundup: –Fremont RLC Scandal gets worse— –MT Gov Signs ALPRs legislation— –MN might have Real ID deal— –NJ Cops no longer free tolls— –Bumblebee blocks road construction– NMA Driving News Story of the Week Study Finds Drivers Use Phones 88% of the Time A recent study from Zendrive, touted as […]

But the tests said it worked

Apple reprogrammed my iPod to steal my private files and send them to Apple’s servers. I wasn’t the only victim, but the news barely got mentioned online. Because nobody expects software to work right. This happened shortly after I read a proposal to shield car makers from liability for bugs in their driving software. The […]