The Semi Next to You on Arizona Roads Might Be Driving Itself

Here’s a new game for the kids on the long drive between Phoenix and Tucson: Spot the big, green-and-white 18-wheelers driving by themselves. Chinese autonomous vehicle maker TuSimple said on Monday January 7 th 2019 it will roll out up to 40 fully self-driving tractor-trailers on Arizona roads by June. It’s part of a test of the vehicles that has been going … Read More

Another child falls out of a car, but the car seat

January 15,2019 One moment, Chad “Cheddar” Mock was preparing to round a curve on a busy street in Mankato, Minn. The next, he found himself sprinting into traffic, trying to rescue a child in a car seat who had tumbled into the path of his truck. “If it didn’t happen in front of me i’d never have believed it,” Mock … Read More

These cities have the worst drivers in Arizona

Arizona is often mentioned among the places with the worst drivers in the country. But have you ever wondered exactly where in Arizona you’ll find the worst drivers? Using Arizona Department of Transportation statistics and population estimates, the data identifies which  cities have the highest number of crashes per capita to determine the places with the worst drivers. The study ranked Tolleson as … Read More

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.