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What We Can Learn about Autonomous Progress from California Disengagement Reports What We Can Learn about Autonomous Progress from California Disengagement Reports
- Let’s start with the caveats. The annual reports on autonomous testing in California required by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles are far from a perfect measure of any company’s self-driving competence. - These reports, including the latest batch, released last week, provide some fresh...
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FCA & Waymo Prepare For World’s First Driverless Ride-Hailing Service FCA & Waymo Prepare For World’s First Driverless Ride-Hailing Service
FCA US LLC will supply thousands of Chrysler Pacifica Hybrids to Waymo to support the launch of the world’s first driverless ride-hailing service. FCA previously delivered 100 self-driving Pacifica Hybrids to Waymo during the second half of 2016, plus an additional 500 last year. Waymo will open...
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Chrysler to Supply Waymo with Way More Pacifica Minivans Chrysler to Supply Waymo with Way More Pacifica Minivans
- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has agreed to supply Waymo with “thousands” of Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans for use as autonomous vehicles. The announcement follows more than a year of collaboration between the two companies, which included a previous batch of 600 Pacificas that Waymo converted...
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AAA Survey: Icy Reception for Driverless Cars Is Thawing AAA Survey: Icy Reception for Driverless Cars Is Thawing
- Americans are warming to the idea of riding in self-driving vehicles, although they’re still wary of sharing the road with them. While a majority of U.S. drivers still say they’re afraid of riding in a fully autonomous vehicle, a new AAA survey finds that fewer are expressing those fears than...
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The 20 Most Expensive Cars from 2018’s Biggest Collector-Car Auctions The 20 Most Expensive Cars from 2018’s Biggest Collector-Car Auctions
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The 20 Most Expensive Cars from 2018’s Biggest Collector-Car Auctions The 20 Most Expensive Cars from 2018’s Biggest Collector-Car Auctions
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The 20 Most Expensive Cars from 2018’s Biggest Collector-Car Auctions »
Most Driver Friendly States of 2018 Most Driver Friendly States of 2018
It’s officially 2018 and that means our annual resolutions are in order. Be it losing weight or advancing in a particular career, a new year always represents a clean slate. One resolution worth making is a commitment to travel more. Doing so might actually help your other resolutions. According to WebMD,...
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Ford Drops More Hints about Its All-New Driverless Vehicle—Here’s Where It Stands versus Competitors Ford Drops More Hints about Its All-New Driverless Vehicle—Here’s Where It Stands versus Competitors
- General Motors has made the Chevrolet Bolt EV the flagship of its future autonomous fleet. Uber has a high-profile partnership revolving around Volvo’s XC90 SUVs for its self-driving future. Waymo has made itself synonymous with Chrysler minivans. Ford, on the other hand, hasn’t revealed much...
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A Hyperloop-Inspired Pod May One Day Help Drivers Skip Denver Traffic A Hyperloop-Inspired Pod May One Day Help Drivers Skip Denver Traffic
- In searching for ways to reduce crippling congestion on its highways, Colorado is looking beyond roads and traditional vehicles. State officials have announced the formation of a public/private partnership with Los Angeles startup Arrivo, an engineering company intent on building a hyperloop-inspired...
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Feds Take Hands-Off Approach to Driverless Tech, Worrying Consumer Groups Feds Take Hands-Off Approach to Driverless Tech, Worrying Consumer Groups
- Most Americans aren’t ready to trust self-driving vehicles. If that’s going to change as automated travel nears, consumer advocates say that federal regulators responsible for protecting the motoring public must set and enforce rigorous safety standards for the fledgling technology. But there...
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