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Hey, car drivers and bicyclists, let's cut each other some slack

Over the decades, Nashville and communities throughout Middle Tennessee have seen an increase in the number of bicycles on our city streets and country roads. And every Spring, we can read and hear complaints from cars and bikers about sharing the road. Since both cars and [...]
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Autonomous car software failure: Who will be to blame?

The concept of autonomous and semi-autonomous cars is a very interesting one that has inspired a great deal of discussion lately. One frequently-voiced concern is the question of responsibility in the case of a malfunction of autopilot software that leads to an accident, injury [...]
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Is primary enforcement of seat belt laws still necessary?

We all know by now that it’s much safer to wear a seatbelt when you are driving or riding as a passenger in a motor vehicle. Seat belts became a standard safety feature in all new passenger vehicles as early as 1964, with dual lap and shoulder belts incorporated into new cars in [...]
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