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Autonomous (Self-Driving) Vehicles – Available Soon? (Yes and No) Part 2: NMA E-Newsletter #649

Autonomous (Self-Driving) Vehicles – Available Soon? (Yes and No) Part 2: NMA E-Newsletter #649

By Gary Witzenburg, Automotive Senior Writer and Contributing Editor, President of the North American Car, Truck, and Utility of the Year, and NMA Member. Editor’s Note: HOUR Detroit Magazine has graciously permitted the NMA to publish this piece, which initially appeared in a slightly different version on its pages. Please read Part 1 from last […]

Autonomous (Self-Driving) Vehicles – Available Soon? (Yes and No) Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #648

Autonomous (Self-Driving) Vehicles – Available Soon? (Yes and No) Part 1: NMA E-Newsletter #648

By Gary Witzenburg, Automotive Senior Writer and Contributing Editor, President of the North American Car, Truck, and Utility of the Year, and NMA Member. Editor’s Note: HOUR Detroit Magazine has graciously permitted the NMA to publish this piece, which initially appeared in a slightly different version on its pages. Part 2 will be presented in […]

Should We Lean into a Federal Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax?: NMA E-Newsletter #643

Should We Lean into a Federal Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax?: NMA E-Newsletter #643

Most experts agree that the way America funds infrastructure is broken. Many of our roads are in terrible shape. The Highway Trust Fund is nearly empty. Many local governments have difficulty paying for year-round road maintenance. The reasons vary. The federal and state gas taxes have never been adjusted for inflation. Many states divert funds […]

Women Who Changed Automotive History Part 1

Women Who Changed Automotive History Part 1

By Lauren Fix, The Car Coach It’s National Women’s History Month, so let’s celebrate the Women who changed automotive history. Some great features and technologies are in your vehicle because women didn’t like the original method and invented a better solution. The first woman to drive a car was Bertha Benz. She was a pioneer […]

Drivers to be given Real-Time “Risk Scores” using Embedded Telematic Surveillance Sensors

Drivers to be given Real-Time “Risk Scores” using Embedded Telematic Surveillance Sensors

By Joe Cadillic, co-writer of the NMA Street Surveillance Blog and founder of the MassPrivatel Blog Gone are the days when insurance companies used race, sex, and a person’s age to determine their auto insurance premiums. A new whitepaper by Cognizant, titled The New Auto Insurance Ecosystem: Telematics, Mobility and the Connected Car, reveals the real reasons […]

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