Engineers at Audi have come up with another way to save energy.
The U.S. Department of Transportation may develop new regulations to improve the safety of self-driving cars.
A team of researchers at Kocaeli University in Turkey say they have figured out how to create brake pads out of nutshells.
Many drivers are still afraid of self-driving cars.
Will autonomous braking technology be good enough to become a standard feature?
Most heavy trucks on the road today are equipped with drum brakes, but that may be changing.
At the New York Auto Show, Toyota announced that automatic braking systems will become standard equipment on nearly every Toyota and Lexus model by the end of 2017.
Future autonomous vehicles will have multiple layers of redundancy.
Consumers who have owned new vehicles for a few years are starting to learn that advanced systems can be quite costly to repair, forcing them to reconsider their car’s value.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rear-end collisions make up the largest share of the 6 million car accidents that occur on U.S. roads every day.