Nevada became the first state to draft rules for self-driving cars. Texting behind the wheel will be legal.
And those dangerous roads are good news for US insurance companies, which will soon be allowed to compete for business there.
Your education level, employment status and ZIP code could mean higher rates, even with a spotless driving record. Is that fair?
This new feature, introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show, will debut in Mercedes-Benz models next spring.
Researchers in Japan are developing a car-seat scanner that may prevent auto theft by identifying you by your bottom (base) line.
A drunken-driving bust can be very costly. Fortunately, many services offer a free ride when it's time for you to go home.
The NTSB's recommendation to ban the use of portable electronic devices by drivers does not have the support of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
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