driving

Technology Innovation

Not Science Fiction, Automated Driving License Tests Now a Reality

With a single smartphone on the car's windshield, the technology cuts down on costs required for automation and reduces the subjectivity attached to any human evaluation.

Gadgets Saving Today's Drivers

Gadgets are helping to reduce accidents in today's life and smoothening the lives of drivers

These Start-ups are On a Mission to Make Indian Roads Safer

Their apps have special features to help you with direction and provide emergency assistance in case of accidents

Companies Will Now Base Your Insurance Claims on How You Drive

#3 Indian Start-ups in Telematics are Helping Insurance Companies Decide Your Premium

Study: Drivers Use Their Phones During 88 Percent of Trips

The study, by analytics firm Zendrive, found that 'Americans use their phones nearly every single time they get behind the wheel.'

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This Gadget Lets You Text and Use Apps While Driving, Without Looking at Your Smartphone

Fiddling with your smartphone and driving has been shown to be more dangerous than drunk driving. If you're going to do it, you might as well do it safer. That's the big idea behind RayGo.