What do safety drivers do?
Aug17

What do safety drivers do?

Brian leads our team of safety drivers, and has “driven” over 30,000 miles in our self-driving vehicles – that’s the equivalent of roughly 10 trips across the United States! In this video, he explains how our safety drivers go about testing our software safely on the road, and providing frequent feedback on how the car drives to improve the...

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How to Seasonal Driving Tips
Apr01

How to Seasonal Driving Tips

Take a few minutes to know more about your safety while on road by knowing more about car insurance...

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Is My Car Affected by the Takata Airbag Recall?
Mar30

Is My Car Affected by the Takata Airbag Recall?

Is My Car Affected by the Takata Airbag Recall? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration strongly urges the owners of certain Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors vehicles to bring their cars in for repairs immediately. People with vehicles in consistently hot and humid areas such as Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, the Gulf Coast states, Hawaii, and island territories...

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New Cars Often Sold in U.S. With Open Safety Recalls
Mar23

New Cars Often Sold in U.S. With Open Safety Recalls

ABC News investigation found many vehicles from various automakers have been sold with open recalls.

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Windshield Safety: Car Expert Lauren Fix
Mar04

Windshield Safety: Car Expert Lauren Fix

Courtesy of YNN/ Time Warner CableAired: 1/26/2012 You may not realize that the windshield is your vehicle’s second most important safety device after the seatbelt. Lauren Fix, the Car Coach, teaches you more about how to properly maintain or replace your windshield. The windshield deflects your car’s passenger air bag in a collision and supports the roof during a rollover, providing structural integrity that prevents the...

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How to drive safely in winter
Feb04

How to drive safely in winter

Know what to do when you steer your car on ice and snow and it just keeps going straight? Check out these winter driving tips at the Bridgestone Winter Driving School in Steamboat Springs, CO. Bridgestone introduced a new Blizzak winter tire in 2010, the WS70, and invited journalists to check them out on the slipperiest conditions you can...

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Why Google’s new self-driving cars could be the safest on the road
Dec30

Why Google’s new self-driving cars could be the safest on the road

Google has been showing off its work on driverless cars for a few years now, but up until this week, these vehicles always used a human driver or two for backup. But all that has changed with the introduction of Google’s new, completely autonomous vehicle. The prototype car doesn’t have a steering wheel or pedals, and passengers are buckled into what are essentially back seats. These cars aren’t street legal yet, but...

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Takata Air Bag Recall: What You Should Know
Nov30

Takata Air Bag Recall: What You Should Know

With millions of airbags recalled, people are worried and wondering what to do. Consumer Reports answers your most pressing questions.

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