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   What is it like to experience how automatic emergency braking works in a semi on collision course with a parked pickup? In a

   You're driving on a country road, when you suddenly find yourself getting very, very sleepy. One potential culprit? Vibrations, according to a recent

   Drivers with cataracts who have surgery to correct the problem may reduce their risk of being involved in a crash, research from the

   Driving impairments, whether they're caused by devices or substances, are root causes of vehicle crashes and fatalities.    As Automotive Fleet reported in its

   As red light camera programs in communities across the nation have declined, deaths in red-light-running crashes increased from 696 in 2012 to 811

   Campaigns against drinking and driving have made the practice socially unacceptable. But when it comes to certain drugs, experts say, we have a