Tag: Study

If Rival Automakers Want To Take On Tesla, They Need To Improve Access To Charging

Although Tesla is facing increasing challenges from traditional manufacturers, its sales show no sign of weakening. One of the established automakers’ biggest challenges may be infrastructure. That’s according to JD Power’s inaugural EV Experience Ownership Study, which seeks to measure owner satisfaction with EVs. By and large, the numbers are good for EVs. Out of […]

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The Most Loyal Car Buyers Drive The Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius owners get a lot of flak, but they’re apparently the most loyal car buyers in the United States. According to a study from iSeeCars, 13.7% of Prius buyers keep their vehicle for at least 15 years. That’s more than twice the average of 6.1%. Continuing down the list is the Toyota Highlander, which 12.4% […]

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Congestion Fell In 387 Cities Last Year Thanks To The Coronavirus

TomTom has released their 2020 Traffic Index which examined congestion in 416 cities spread across 57 countries and six continents. The report is particularly interesting this time around as it shows the massive impact the coronavirus had on our lives. Thanks to lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, congestion decreased in 387 cities globally last year. Unsurprisingly, […]

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Rear Automatic Emergency Braking Could Prevent A Lot Of Fender Benders

The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI), an institution closely related to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, reports that automatic emergency braking technology could reduce property collision claims by as much as 10%. The institute claims that this tech is among just three standalone safety features to reduce collisions by double digits in its research, […]

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These Are The Most Popular Used Vehicles In America

The Toyota Camry and RAV4 retained their status as the best-selling new car and crossover in America, and the Ford F-150 will undoubtedly be the best-selling truck and vehicle overall. However, a new study from iSeeCars examined the most popular used vehicles in the United States. As part of the effort, they examined over eight […]

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Acura Allure Intern Project Imagines An Autonomous Sports Lounge You Can Also Drive

Transportation design student Sung Nak Lee has released the project he completed during his 2019 Honda Internship: a two-seat autonomous vehicle that can turn into a single-seat sports car called the Acura Allure. The design challenge he set for himself was to consider what the future holds for premium automakers when ownership models change. The […]

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Study Finds Ram 2500 Drivers Have More Than Twice DUI Citations Compared To National Average

A study published by Insurify, an insurance comparison shopping website, found that more than 45 out of every thousand drivers with a DUI on their record drive a Ram 2500. The national average is 17.9. In fact, of the 10 cars whose drivers have one or more DUI on their record, six are pickup trucks. […]

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