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Photo of Porsche Macan GTS courtesy of Porsche.


Porsche Recalls Macan Crossovers for Air Bag Issue

The recall affects nearly 18,000 Macan S, Macan Turbo and Macan GTS vehicles that need new passenger occupant detection sensor mats.

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Tara Martines Takes Over as CCM's President

Tara Martines is now leading Ivyland, Pa.-based Corporate Claims Management, Inc. as its president and chief financial officer, according to the privately-held company.


Cadillac CTS Adds V2V Safety Tech

Vehicle-to-vehicle data alerts drivers of potentially hazardous situations ahead, giving them additional time to react. Video courtesy of Cadillac via YouTube. For the full story, click here.

Photo courtesy of Cadillac.


V2V Safety Tech Now Standard on Cadillac CTS

The vehicle-to-vehicle communications system can handle 1,000 messages per second, enabling it to alert drivers of upcoming road hazards they can’t yet see.



SmartDrive Systems Appoints CTO

SmartDrive Systems has appointed Ray Ghanbari as chief technology officer to help the company leverage video and data intelligence to transform commercial transportation with solutions that improve the efficiency, safety, and readiness of every driver, vehicle, and fleet, according to the company.


Range Rover Velar's Safety Features

The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar, which debuted in London on March 1, boasts a range of advanced driver assistance systems. Video courtesy of Land Rover.

Photo of Volvo XC60 courtesy of Volvo.


Faulty Air Bag Initiators Prompt Volvo Recall

The recall covers 112 S60, S60CC, V60, V60 Cross Country and XC60 vehicles in the 2017 model year.

Image courtesy of AAA.


Americans Remain Wary of Self-Driving Cars

A new AAA survey finds that three-quarters of U.S. drivers would be afraid to ride in a fully autonomous vehicle.

Photo courtesy of AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.


Driver Texting Still Widespread

New survey results from the AAA Foundation indicate that 31.4% of drivers admit to typing or sending texts or emails behind the wheel in the past month.

Photo courtesy of Toyota.


Toyota Tests Second-Gen Autonomous Vehicle

The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) publicly tested its 2.0 generation advanced safety research vehicle that will be used to explore a full range of autonomous driving capabilities.

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Why Advanced Performance, Driver Safety Training?

A recent survey of graduates showed crash reduction rates up to 50% or more. Understand the significant financial benefits obtained by incorporating advanced performance, driver training.

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