The government is shaming people for texting and driving
On Twitter, of all places.
Car makers ask the US to slow down on rules for self-driving tech
Officials are moving too quickly to make intelligent laws, the industry says.
US regulators: Google's self-driving car AI 'can be a driver'
My car, the driver.
US regulators delay law that will make electric cars more noisy
The US DoT won't implement its 'quiet car' plans until 2016
Can't accept autonomous liability? Get out of the game, says Volvo
Volvo has an easy answer for all the hand-wringing about whose responsible when self-driving cars...
Anti-drunk driving technology won't start the car if you're smashed
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's anti-drunk driving technology won't let you g...
New app tells you if you're too drunk to drive, helps call a cab
If you need your cellphone to decide if you've had one too many, that's probably a sign you should...
US government wants tighter controls for in-car navigation
Many are in favor of rules that prevent texting while driving, but in-car navigation is a murkier...
The government wants our cars to 'talk' to each other
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is throwing its weight behind vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) c...