Cell phones have become an inseparable companion for most of us. Though our traffic rules tell us to keep them away when we are behind wheels, this is one of the least honoured traffic rule in our roads. If you are one of them, who can’t keep mobile phones away while driving your car, this [...]
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The common notion is that heavy and large vehicles 1-are safe and 2-cannot topple over. We hope many change their view after looking at this picture. We have seen many Scorpio and Sumo drivers (did we forget the Omni?) exhibit rash driving and this picture should teach them a lesson. Under adverse conditions, these ladder [...]
Mercedez-Benz and Bosch combination developed a new generation display system,Splitview for it’s luxury models.Now onwards Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be sporting a Splitview screen in instrumentation console.In simple words Splitview can be compared to a hologram which displays different images from different directions.
Recently I came across an article in Straittimes about induction of left-hand driven vehicles in Singapore.So while reading that article the first thing came to my mind was how the situation in India?Should we undergo a change in our driving side?
Ford tops the ‘Top Safety Pick Award-2009′ a well acclaimed award instituted by Insurance Institute Of Highway Safety(IIHS) of US.This year IIHS awarded seventy two vehicle ‘Top Safety Pick Award – 2009′ out of this Ford’s contribution is 16.Honda motor’s comes second with 13 vehicles including’Fit’ the winner in small car segment.
Current turmoil in automobile markets does not stop Nissan from inventing new features for their vehicles. Recently Nissan announced the new safety gear, All Around Collision Free prototype vehicle will be displayed to world on 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), to be held at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Center, from [...]
Japanese automobile manufacturers are known for their ability to design safety features for their vehicles.Yesterday Honda Motors Co. Ltd, demonstrated the latest Vehicle To Vehicle(V2V) communication system as part of Advanced Safety Vehicle(ASV).V2V is the latest addition to their ASV program, which uses wireless technology to asses the relative position of cars and vehicles.