A study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reviewing the use of red light cameras at four major intersections within the county of Arlington, VA, over a two-year period determined that those cameras significantly reduced the number of red light violations – proving, in the eyes of the group’s researchers, that such technology can successfully “modify” driver behavior.
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There are two primary cases that address the notion of damages in the diminished value context.The seminal case is that of Siegle vs. Progressive Consumer’s Insurance Company, 819 So.2d 732 (Florida 2002). The Siegle case, which was heard in fro
Volkswagen previously teased its Super Bowl commercial with Jimmy Cliff singing, “C’mon, Get Happy,” and now the automaker has released the full commercial that is, unsurprisingly, called “Get Happy.” The clip, which will air this Sunday during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, features an unexpectedly jovial office worker from Minnesota. Despite grim conditions [...]
In this month's management briefing we review the latest developments and prospects for demand in the world's major vehicle markets. This instalment takes a look at the ASEAN markets of south-east Asia.
In a survey performed by the 2012 Traffic Safety Culture Index conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 69 percent of licensed drivers have disregarded safe driving and talked on a cell phone within the last month. The majority of other drivers–89 percent of respondents–believe that those who use their phone while driving are [...]
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