Of course, most of us are concerned about gas prices but this past week, car of the future and traffic safety took center stage in Driving News Headlines.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Association released its first report on autonomous vehicle crashes. US News and World Report had this headline on the results: Nearly 400 Crashes Tied to Self-Driving, Driver-Assist Technologies since Last Summer.
In other auto safety news this week, an industry group has formed to advance impaired-driving prevention tech in new vehicles. This means primarily making sure breathalyzers and in-car surveillance cams are put into future models of vehicles.