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Global Fleet Of Autonomous EVs May Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions By 90 Percent


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What would happen if all the cars that exist today were replaced by autonomous electric vehicles?

The Definitive Infographic On The Claimed-Real Efficiency Discrepancy


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Unsurprisingly, according to an AAA Automotive Engineering-conducted two-phase study, knowledge that you can’t quite reach manufacturer claimed figures is refreshed.

The French Have Decided: Citroën Is Their Favorite Domestic Brand


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It’s hard to find a brand that is more French than Citroën and it appears that the French people fully agree with this statement.

Toyota Remains Most Valuable Auto Brand In 2015


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Toyota is once again the most valuable automotive brand according to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2015 study.

Study Says Men Are Twice As Likely To Die In A Car Crash


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You may have heard about an older study which stated that men behind the wheel are more likely to crash into moving objects, whereas women are more prone to hitting stationary ones?

Canadian Study Says “25% of Cars Cause 90% of Pollution”


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A very broad and thorough study was put together by a team of researchers at the University of Toronto, in Canada. They published their findings in Atmospheric Pollution research, and thus they gained wider notoriety.

Here's Where People Are Leaving Keys In Their Cars Before They're Stolen


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Who still leaves their keys in their car when they walk away? Well, as it turns out, a lot of people in Las Vegas.

Study: Car Buyers More Likely To Pay For Blind Spot Detection, Night Vision Tech


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Technology that prevents crashes appears to be more popular than features that make multimedia systems easier to use or cars more efficient, according to the results of a new survey.

AAA Research Shows Distracted Teens Most Likely to Crash


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According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, nearly 6 out of 10 moderate-to-severe teen crashes happen because of certain distractions such as using a phone, lack of coordination and poor judgement.

Ford Is Yet Again, World's Most Ethical Car Company, Claims Study


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Say what? Most ethical car company? Well, to be fair they were named to Ethisphere Institute's 2015 list of World's Most Ethical Companies, but are currently the only car maker to earn this distinction...6 years in a row.

Lexus Keeps Reliability Crown, Followed by Buick, Says J.D. Power Survey


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Lexus is still notably better than any other brand out there when it comes to reliability. Now, for a fourth year in a row, the luxury arm of Toyota maintains its title, according to the latest J.D. Power U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study or VDS.

Ford Tops Toyota & Chevy on Gen Z's Shopping List


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Ford is the No1 brand of vehicle that Generation Z (ages 16-21) most seriously consider - according to a MaritzCX Study.

Report Finds Cars Too Easy To Hack, Raises Privacy Concerns Too


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Vehicles that use wireless technology such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are threatened by serious gaps in security and personal privacy according to a report from U.S Senator Ed Markey’s office.

Study Splits Midlife Crisis Cars by Gender


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The midlife crisis is said to be a period in every person’s life when they acknowledge the inevitability of their own demise. Thus, the obvious natural response is to go and splash out on a fancy sports car to make themselves feel young again. However, men and women see this differently and have differing tastes and preferences when it comes to the vehicles they choose.

Mustang Beats Superman and Batman in 2014's Most Common (and Worst) Internet Passwords


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It’s never a good idea to use simple words as passwords on the Internet, but for some reason people continue to do so, as a recent study by SplashData reveals.

Which EU Country Prefers Commuting by Car?


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There are dozens of campaigns in play in Europe at this time aimed at encouraging citizens to leave their car at home and use the bus, a bike or their legs to get where they need to go. However, this progressive trend is more at home in certain countries, and the end-of-year Eurobarometer for 2014 reveals which these are.

Chinese City Puts a Cap on New Car Registrations to Curb Congestion and Pollution


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Shenzhen, a city in southern China with a population of 11 million, is the latest to cap the number of new car plates to just 100,000 per year in order to reduce traffic and air pollution.

Vehicle Thefts Down by Nearly 60 Percent Compared to 1991


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Someone stealing your car is a risk you take the moment you purchase one; the good news is that this kind of crime is on a steep decline, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

US Road Fatalities Down 25% in Last Decade, Hit an All-Time Low


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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released the 2013 Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) data, which shows a 3.1 decrease compared to 2012 and almost 25 percent compared to 2004. Moreover, injuries were also down by 2.1 percent.

Study Shows Buyers Not Interested in Plug-Ins Yet


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Plug-in electrics (PEVs) and hybrids (PHEVs) are all the rage in automakers’ efforts to provide for zero, or close to zero, emission transportation. Eco-friendly or not, the problem is that their adoption is problematic.