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A Growing Trend in the Insurance Industry Has a Hidden Benefit for Consumers
The practice of car insurance companies using credit score checks to determine policy premiums may soon be banned across the country. More and more state lawmakers have been outlawing the questionable practice, which has proven to disproportionately harm drivers of color.
Car-Lovers Are Taking on the EPA To Fight Regulations They Think Are Unfair
Motorsports has been an American pastime for nearly 50 years. Now, professionals and amateurs alike are fighting against what they believe are unfair EPA regulations outlined in the Clean Air Act.
Why Gas Station Owners Don’t Like Raising Gas Prices
Most of us assume that rising gas prices are a good thing for gas station owners. The truth is, station owners don’t like to see gas prices rise any more than we do, due to minuscule profit margins and cutthroat competition.
Are Gas Stations as We Know Them a Dying Business?
With the rise of electric vehicles on the road, it looks like gas stations as we know it will be a dying business. However, some gas stations are embracing the change and moving into the future by installing electric charging stations.
Can Self-Driving Cars Gain Peoples’ Trust by Driving Worse?
Recent studies show that drivers would trust self-driving cars more if they drove more like them. But is a self-driving car performing worse than it is capable of safer for its human passengers?
New Automated Safety Features Could Make Driving Much Safer for 1 Particular Group
Automated safety features are popping up more and more in newer car models. Their benefits are great for everyone, but they could make driving much safer for one particular group: teen drivers.
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