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EV acceptance is slow, but there are bright spots

Range anxiety is going down, millennials are most interested in EVs

Range anxiety is going down, millennials are most interested in EVs.

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$12,000 per car is the cost penalty for building EVs, McKinsey study finds

Here's how automakers can erase that and someday even profit

Here's how automakers can erase that and someday even profit.

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EV study sees opportunity for electric utilities, and a problem

Growing numbers by 2030 will strain the existing power grid

Growing numbers by 2030 will strain the existing power grid

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Even drizzle greatly increases your risk of a deadly car crash

Drivers 'under-appreciate the risk of light rain,' study of 125,000 crashes shows

Drivers 'under-appreciate the risk of light rain,' study of 125,000 crashes shows

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Study: European fully adaptive headlights better, should be legal in U.S.

They dim some sections of light to prevent glare, increase others to better illumination

They dim some sections of light to prevent glare, increase others to better illumination.

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IIHS study: higher speed limits led to 36,000 extra deaths

IIHS looks at the effects of increasing speed limits from 1993 to 2017

IIHS looks at the effects of increasing speed limits from 1993 to 2017

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Springtime heralds moose collision season in New England

Emergency departments should expect serious head and neck injuries

Emergency departments should expect serious head and neck injuries.

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AAA study shows people are scared of autonomous cars

71 percent are afraid to ride in a self-driving vehicle

71 percent are afraid to ride in a self-driving vehicle.

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AAA: Cold weather can temporarily cut EV range by more than 40 percent

We knew this was an issue, but testing quantifies it — the main culprit: cabin heat

We knew this was an issue, but testing quantifies it — the main culprit: cabin heat.

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Your steering wheel is 4 times dirtier than a public toilet seat, study shows

Of 1,000 surveyed, 32% of people clean cars once a year

Of 1,000 surveyed, 32 percent of people clean cars once a year.

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As scooters gain popularity, injuries pile up

Most who are injured just fall off, small study says — and 40 percent suffer head injuries

Most who are injured just fall off — and 40 percent suffer head injuries

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Uber and Lyft are siphoning riders from public transit, study finds

Researchers say ride-hailing hurts bus and rail ridership, increases traffic congestion

Researchers say ride-hailing hurts bus and rail ridership, increases traffic congestion.

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States with the highest and lowest number of drunk driving deaths

As New Year's Eve approaches, let's take a look at the data

As New Year's Eve approaches, let's take a look at the data.

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Headlights are improving, but most vehicles still perform poorly

IIHS finds good headlights are only used for more expensive versions of cars

IIHS finds good headlights only used for more expensive versions of cars.

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Here are the most Googled car brands of 2018

Foreign manufacturers lead the way in the U.S.

Foreign manufacturers lead the way in the U.S.

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Study shows driver-assist tech drastically increases cost of repairs

It's the trade-off for assistance in avoiding collisions

It's the trade-off for assistance in avoiding collisions.

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A teen driving with other teens is deadlier for everyone on the road

The chance of a fatality rises dramatically

The chance of a fatality rises dramatically.

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Despite slight improvement, 2017 was another deadly year for pedestrians

Nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed by motorists in 2017

Nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed by motorists in 2017.

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