In recent years, the size of vehicles in the U.S. has been rising quickly, as consumers increasingly value large trucks and SUVs — and prioritize purchasing them.
Regenerative brakes capture excess energy and store it in a vehicle’s battery as electricity.
No driver, auto company or parts manufacturer wants to encounter a situation where brakes fail while a vehicle is in use, and fortunately there are many ways to get around these concerns.
For decades, the promise of fully autonomous vehicles that kept drivers safe and got them to their destinations quickly and easily has seemingly been out of reach.
Auto parts manufacturers typically invest millions into the development and production of high-quality parts so that their customers can make confident purchases.
Around the world, vehicle part manufacturers are always striving to innovate when it comes to new designs that provide more safety for drivers, and they continue to have significant success.
One of the biggest things that may be holding back autonomous vehicles from becoming more ubiquitous around the world is the way in which they brake.
Porsche is rolling out a new technology that dramatically reins in brake dust production.
Highway safety officials aim to keep speeds low and braking under control through the strategic use of roundabouts.
A recent survey reveals Americans have witnessed the effectiveness of automatic emergency brakes.