The automakers and their federal regulators see self-driving technology as a way to prevent traffic accidents, which claim more than 30,000 lives in the United States each year. At the same time, critics fear it could eventually eliminate the jobs of truck and taxi drivers. … [Read more...] about U.S. wants test-track network for self-driving cars
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"We are excited to witness the rapid growth of this sector. Under Minister Gadkari's leadership, road construction rates have gone up, infrastructure spending has received a boost and India has jumped ranks in the Logistics Performance Index," Dr Aghi pointed out. … [Read more...] about In US, Gadkari outlines plans to halt road accidents
Calhoun was in Washington state to visit Boeing facilities and participate in a company-wide webcast to address employees a day after Boeing announced it does not expect the Max to return to commercial airline service until mid-2020. Calhoun said that prediction is driven largely by the company's decision to require simulator training for pilots and based on the progress made so far during a complicated FAA certification process. … [Read more...] about “I believe in this airplane”: Boeing’s new CEO says 737 Max to fly again this year
Larger passenger vans are also extremely sensitive to changes in tire pressure. Ambient temperature, vehicle load, and friction caused by the roadway are the primary factors affecting tire pressure. Tire pressure increases along with increasing vehicle load. If the loading is not uniform throughout the vehicle, this force may be different on the rear and front tires. The tire pressure also increases because of high ambient temperature and friction caused by the roadway. Many drivers fail to maintain proper tire pressure, because they are unaware of these factors, leading to tire blowout, loss of control, and vehicle rollover. … [Read more...] about Why are 15 passenger vans so dangerous?
Analysts pointed to several possible causes. In April, an appeals court judge hearing the Chamber of Commerce suit sent both sides a series of questions that suggested he might rule against the state and upend the whole cap-and-trade system. Perhaps as a result, allowances on the secondary market began selling for less than the floor price of the official state auction — $12.73 per ton. … [Read more...] about California’s cap-and-trade system faces cloudy future