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.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Railroad Administration recently kicked off their “Stop. Trains Can’t” safety initiative.
Automatic emergency braking systems work well, but they could be better, according to a leading highway safety group.
Australia has recalled 445 Audi SUVs with leaking brake cylinders. This follows a 2014 recall of 70,000 cars with brake issues worldwide.
Bullet trains have already set the bar higher for rail travel. Now Japan is testing braking systems for the newest version, the ALFA-X Shinkansen, a train that can reach speeds of almost 225 miles per hour.
Brake Safety Week aims for prevention, education, and action related to brake problems. After the recent inspections, 5,000 vehicles were removed from service.