Remember the eight-track? How about the cassette? In a few years, we might even be asking whether you remember the CD. Technology is ever changing, and vehicle technology is no exception. The truth is that no technology will ever stand the test of time – it is a forever disruptive industry with an endless flow…

Apple is an innovative company – to say the least. It’s known for its spectacular marketing and forward-thinking appeal, especially with Gen X and Millennials. To many, Apple is super cool and packed with that “je ne se quoi” that makes it so irresistible among the millions of consumers who buy its products every year….

Even the most proactive driver will likely get into a car accident at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, car accidents affect people ranging from the most cautious to, of course, the most reckless and everyone in between. The good news is that recent car technology has reduced fatality risk significantly. According to the Insurance…

Car safety officials have warned us: this may be the year where more vehicle flaws are discovered as consumers continue to be diligent about noticing errors and design faults. According to Reuters, consumer complaints regarding suspicious vehicle activity went from an average of 45,000 complaints a year to about 75,000 in 2014. In 2015, however,…

Even though we’re thousands of miles away from New York, the state’s latest auto show may prove to benefit the entire nation including our very own San Diego. That’s because the future of cars are all about to change thanks in part to the latest safety features unveiled at the New York Auto Show. The…

There’s no doubt that vehicles today are equipped with some of the most cutting-edge technology including GPS, self-parking sensors, steering-wheel controlled accelerators, entertainment systems and even Wi-Fi internet. But as most experts can agree, these very technologies that aim to improve our lives can actually put us in danger. Car gadgets are responsible for countless…

Drowsy driving? There’s an app for that. Driving when tired is the equivalent to drunk driving according to several studies, but now a new smartphone app aims to alert drivers when they start counting sheep. Using the cell phone’s cameras, the app can detect signs of sleepiness like head positioning, blinking rate, and yawning. The…

Luxury automaker BMW announced Monday that it will recall 1.3 million of its vehicles across the globe for potential problems with a battery-cable cover. San Diegans should take note of this recall immediately in order to prevent car accidents due to potentially faulty vehicle equipment. BMW’s 5 and 6 series car models manufactured between 2003…

A new survey concluded that consumers are “deeply skeptical” about car technology, and whether or not it will ultimately reduce their risk of car accidents. The study, conducted by MetLife, asked Americans “their attitude to the rapidly changing world of in-vehicle technology” reports the New York Daily News. Of those who responded, nearly two-thirds revealed…

Car technology seems to get better and better, and none is more evident than car-to-car communication systems that allow vehicles to “speak” to one another on our roadways, thereby reducing the risk of car accidents. Reports at Technology Review at MIT indicate the technology to be a significant stride in road safety, and it may…

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