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Smart Speed Bumps

Decano Industries’ smart speed bump is so intuitive, it’s difficult to figure out why no one invented it before.


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Inventions We’ll Probably Never See: Water-Powered Vehicles

Despite how silly it sounds, water-fueled vehicles do exist.


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Putting A Stop To Car Theft

Mbetsa’s invention uses voice, DTMC and SMS text messages over a wireless service to carry codes and messages to control a vehicle’s electrical systems.


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Tesla Reimagining Auto Dealerships

If you want to buy a new car or truck in the United States, you have the choice of going to a dealership in person or not buying at all.


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Car Seat Identifies Drivers By Their Bums

According to Japanese researchers at the Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology in Tokyo, it is possible to identify drivers by the way their weight is distributed on the car seat.


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The Tires of the Future

The high performance tyre of the future will be very different to the tires we drive on today, if the results of a recent design competition are a guide.


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The Future of the Car

If and when cars go completely driverless—for those who want this—the benefits will be enormous.


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Hurricane Sandy Drives Up Car Prices

The estimated 250,000 cars flooded by Superstorm Sandy on the East Coast will drive up used-car prices, even as far away as California.


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Inventions We’ll Probably Never See: 99 MPG Cars

The holy grail of automotive technology is the 99-mpg car.