- Google has recently admitted that its driverless cars are designed to intentionally break the speed limit by up to 10 miles-per-hour.
- A study suggests digital display advertising is nine times better at creating immediate brand awareness for auto and life insurance providers than a commercial on TV.
- A new California rule says that driverless cars are only legal on public roads if a driver is able to take “immediate physical control,” which means that Google is going to have to make a couple of small adjustments to the cars: fitting that missing steering-wheel and pedals.
- A vehicle-to-vehicle transmitter for only $350 could mean the end of car collisions.
- Ottawa police union claims the collision reporting centres give impaired drivers time to sober up.
- Fast-moving technology runs into slow-moving regulators as U.S. Federal regulators are stalled the approval of driverless cars.
Thursday, 28 August 2014
Insurance News - Thursday, August 28, 2014
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Thursday, August 28, 2014: