Technology is constantly evolving – and it’s changing the landscape of driving. Read about how driving is changing in the 21st century!
Before Smartphones were prevalent and in everyone’s pockets, people had to rely on MapQuest and printed maps to figure out navigation before trips. Nowadays, most people have a smartphone and they can navigate most anywhere! But now the market is saturated with tons of different apps – each one claiming to be the best. We’ve tried
Friday, January 19th, 2018 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
For those of you who don’t know Tesla, it may seem strange to you that the car manufacturer has just unveiled an electric semi-truck model. For those of you who do, it will probably be no surprise that the truck is the first in its class. Why?
Red light cameras. I’m sure your town probably has them, but it may surprise you how long these little technological wonders have been around. First developed in the 1960s, they received their first widespread attention in the early 1980s when a camera in New York caught images of a motorist striking a child in a stroller at an intersection.
Monday, March 20th, 2017 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
As with any technology, the cell phone is a two-edged sword. If the technology had been available, I am sure that my parents would not have let me out of the house without one and I certainly made sure that my teens had one, especially after they got their driver’s licenses.
Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Since its inception, the Tesla automobile has garnered much media attention, some good and some bad. Perhaps the most tragic was the news last summer of a man involved in a fatality accident with an 18 wheeler that crossed the median on a Florida highway. The accident occurred while the car was in Autopilot mode.
If you’ve ever taken advantage of Google maps to get you anywhere, you are probably aware that this nifty navigation tool was made possible in large part by Google’s self-driving cars. While the search engine giant has worked for the past six years to refine its self-driving vehicles, it has recently spun off its car division, formerly known as Chauffeur, to a subsidiary known as Waymo.
Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
In 2015, Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, made an incredibly insightful statement. "Uber can find you, but 911 can't." Now, using the same global positioning technology as companies such as Uber and Lyft, first responders can locate those who need their help in a time of emergency.
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Self-driving cars seem to be the newest thing being talked about throughout the vehicle market. They are pretty cool since they are a car that is able to drive itself to wherever you need to go. This means not having to worry about paying attention to the road since the car is going to drive
Sunday, September 25th, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
When it comes to the technology that is out there, you may have been seeing different things come across your screen or on the news, and this is because the world has made it much further in the past ten years when it comes to technological advances. This covers every industry out there – including