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Trump Team Improves Driverless Motor Vehicle Safety Guidelines

Trump Team Improves Driverless Motor Vehicle Safety Guidelines   Just 2 to 3 weeks ago, the US government’s auto safety regulations were based on 2 beliefs that basically appeared obvious when they were authored: that every driverless car will have humans inside, and that one of those humans will be the driver. The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) requires that every car have seatbelts and airbags to protect the safety of the driver and potential passengers. FMVSS also sets minimum standards for everything from crash test...

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Death by Opioid Overdose Vs Death By Car Accidents.

Death by Opioid Overdose Vs Death By Car Accidents. The reports are in and sadly people in the US have a better chance of dying from Opioid overdose than they do in car accidents. The odds of dying from an opioid overdose are 1 in 96 in the United States, while the odds of death from a car accident are 1 in 103, the National Safety Council found. More specifically, the odds of dying from an opioid overdose are 1 in 96 in the United States, while the odds of death from a car accident are 1 in 103. They also analyzed the likelihood of death from...

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