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A few of the best cities for driving in the U.S. may surprise you—including the home of Mickey Mouse and a major college town.
North Dakota’s Vision Zero project is demanding safe driving practices from its government employees, in the form of banning cell phones while driving.
Statistics are trending the wrong way in Virginia, where there’s an increase in young people not wearing seatbelts and dying in car accidents.
A comprehensive roadway system sprawling the United States can’t save these cities from congestion, high costs, and lower safety on the roads.
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New Hampshire is one of the first states to push back against the progress of autonomous cars—and the governor thinks it’s for good reason.
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Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler reported dramatically lower second-quarter earnings in 2018. Is it because of steel tariffs?
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