Eyes on the Road

New research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety finds that when drivers initially use active-driving assistance – like Tesla’s Autopilot and Cadillac’s Super Cruise – they actually pay more attention, not less attention, to the overall driving task. AAA is encouraged by the research findings and urges drivers to learn the benefits and limitations …

Pedestrian Detection Systems Don’t Work When Needed Most

New research from AAA reveals that vehicle technology designed to stop cars to avoid pedestrian crashes is inconsistent in most situations and completely ineffective at night when 75% of pedestrian fatalities occur. Pedestrian Crash Data On average, a pedestrian is killed every 88 minutes in traffic crashes in the United States, totaling nearly 6,000 people …

DriveOhio: Accelerating Into the Future of Smart Mobility

When you hear the words “smart mobility,” you might imagine a scene from your favorite science fiction movie, or maybe a flying car from The Jetsons. When we think about smart mobility at DriveOhio, we’re focused on four things: improving safety, increasing reliability, providing greater access to mobility for all, and preparing our workforce for …

As Glass Gets Smarter, Windshield Repair Gets Smarter Too

Each year, our cars become more efficient and advanced, with a focus on improved performance, safety, and comfort. Flashy, tech-focused features like built-in Wi-Fi hot spots, trunks with hands-free opening capabilities, and 360-degree cameras for maximum protection tend to steal the spotlight ; yet there are other components on the market making impressive advancements each …