Grocery delivery, with no human drivers, is underway in Scottsdale

Deliveries from a grocery store here will soon be arriving with no one behind the wheel. A fully autonomous vehicle began piloting public roads Tuesday with no backup driver, though it will be monitored by humans in another automobile. After almost 1,000 test runs with humans aboard modified Prius vehicles, deliveries launched Tuesday here using the R1, an automobile with … Read More

Americans are in the dark about this symbol on their car dashboards

Americans are more familiar with emojis than one of their vehicle’s dashboard warning lights, according to a survey by Goodyear Auto Service and Just Tires. The survey of more than 1,000 drivers conducted last fall found American drivers were more than 1.5 times as likely to identify the eye roll emoji or the Wi-Fi symbol correctly than the tire pressure warning … Read More

Chiefs Fans Don’t Let Rams Fans Drive Drunk

You know the rules—it’s illegal to drive drunk. Before you head out for the Super Bowl party, make a game plan that includes a sober driver—someone who will not drink at all, and will safely bring you home.

Saints Fans Don’t Let Patriot Fans Drive Drunk

Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. If someone you know has been drinking and tries to drive, take their keys and help them get home safely. Even if they make a fuss in the moment, they’ll thank you later.  

Buckle Up 2019 Superbowl

Always buckle your seat belt and require your passengers to do the same. Don’t start the car until all passengers’ seat belts are buckled.

Superbowl 2019 Designated Driver

Brag about your MVP status on social media using the hashtag #designateddriver. Your positive influence could help keep other sober drivers on the right track.

Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

Take your role as designated driver seriously. While at the party, enjoy food and non-alcoholic drinks. Refrain from any alcoholic beverages or drugs. People are relying on you.

Arizona proposes another option for fighting traffic tickets

Arizona motorists could soon be able to fight traffic tickets in court without — as they do now — automatically risking higher insurance rates if they lose. A legislative proposal would allow drivers who think they are innocent — or think they can persuade a judge of that — to attend defensive-driving classes if they are unable to make their … Read More

2017 Christmas lives lost

  According to NHTSA, 885 people lost their lives in traffic crashes involving a drunk driver during the month of December 2017