Ford is developing a wireless system that warns following drivers of hidden slowing traffic ahead.
The American Automobile Association has released a study indicating that eyes-free and hands-free in-car systems are not as safe as advertised, a finding that could potentially put the brakes on an emerging industry.
One of the best known luxury car brands in the world has decided to harness the power of the lowly QR code to help ensure the safety of its drivers.
Too long have bicycles languished in the dark ages: turn your bike digital with a fancy new set of high tech handlebars.
Reducing blind spots is key to new safer truck design.
A National Institute of Standards and Technology study found that most laser pointers are illegal.
This LED projector bike headlight is controlled by a Raspberry Pi computer, and projects dynamic data onto the road in front of you as you ride.
The ORIGOSafe both has a frustrating name to type and will stop you from texting while driving.
Next time you're in Nevada, be careful with that phone: you might get fined $250 for texting while walking.
If you're going to be safe and wear a helmet, it might as well be a hi-tech, multitasking beauty like the DORA.