Posts By: Sara Dean

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    A Lesson in Civics

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    There a plethora things that many people appreciate about the fall.  We love pumpkin spiced everything, changing leaves, cooler temperatures, football, and the clothes.  One thing people can love even more this autumn is the intended release of the new Honda Civic, the first complete redesign since 2011.  Slated to hit dealerships sometime this fall,… Read more »

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    Chevrolet Notifies Drivers Of Theft Via Text Message?

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    Chevrolet is one of the most popular vehicles on the road today. Everywhere you look, you can see a car, truck, or SUV with the Chevy bowtie badge on it. Whether it is in the parking lot of your local store, driving down the interstate, or parked in your or your neighbor’s driveway, it doesn’t… Read more »

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    Toyota, Honda, and Nissan Join To Build Hydrogen Infrastructure

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    It is not very common that you hear of rivals playing nice together. Most hold their secrets and patents closely, while looking to advance to the next level of the playing field. Automakers are no different. They all want to be at the top of the list when it comes to the latest and greatest… Read more »

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    The Ethics Of Autonomous Vehicles: Who Lives, Who Dies in An Accident?

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    Autonomous vehicles are being built and tested on the roads by companies like Google, Apple, and Uber. These vehicles can drive themselves, take cues from maps, and basically replace human drivers. These social robots have a lot of power in our lives and so it is reasonable to ask, should autonomous vehicles get to decide… Read more »

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    Toyota To Play Nice With Ford?

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    Everyone knows how competitive the automotive industry can be and has been in the past. American made versus Foreign made vehicles is touted across the media in advertisements. It is a little convoluted however, as many parts on American vehicles are made abroad and vice versa. Because of this, it is interesting to see that… Read more »