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Driver-assist car features are making us worse drivers.

“Tesla With Autopilot Hits Cop Car—Driver Admits He Was Watching a Movie.” The headline from August was riveting—and easy for readers to dismiss as something that could never happen to them. While an unfortunate few can turn anything you hand them into an implement of disaster, most of us possess the common sense to not do anything so reckless while driving new automation-equipped cars.

At least, we think we do. But shrug off that headline at your own peril. The way we are designing our new car technology is upending some of our most trusted commonsense understandings—the ones that we

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BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY Marks 50 Million Repair Photos Sent to Drivers by Auto Repair Shops Using Game-Changing DVI software | State

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., Nov. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY, a leading supplier of technology solutions for the automotive aftermarket, revs into Virtual AAPEX Experience 2020 and SEMA 360, the automotive industry’s premier events, riding a significant repair industry milestone and on the axles of a market expansion that opens up its award-winning digital capabilities to every business that works under the hood or chassis of a motorized vehicle.

BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY revs into automotive industry’s premier events riding high on 50 million photos sent to drivers.

To date, over 10,000 independent repair shops have taken advantage of BOLT

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Tesla wants to prevent child heatstroke with an in-car radar that alerts drivers who leave their kids behind

If approved, a new in-car sensor could help Tesla cut back on a problem that killed 52 children in 2019. 

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If approved, a new in-car sensor could help Tesla cut back on a problem that killed 52 children in 2019.
  • Tesla filed a petition with the FCC in order to get approval for a motion detector that would detect when kids are left behind in the car.

  • Elon Musk has never been keen on adding sensors to his cars, but seems to be making an exception here. 

  • GM and Nissan also have technology to prevent child deaths in cars. 

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

In late July, Tesla filed a petition with the

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