All you need is a car with lane-keeping assist and a spare $999.
This camera shows potential, but we won't have the full details until this fall.
It’s tempting to throw your car in reverse and back up using the rearview mirror to see where you’re going.
General Motors is taking the fight against distracted driving from billboards and public-service announcements into its cars, deploying new technology that keeps an eye on where the driver's are glancing.
The goal of speed cameras should be to improve safety and change driver behavior, not to make motorists feel like they're being ripped off.