Source: USA TODAY

Self-driving vehicles are synonymous with sophisticated sensors producing terabytes of data being analyzed by powerful computers. But it seems the success of this transportation revolution hinges on a decidedly low-tech material: Paint.

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Source: Automotive Fleet

None of the 50 states deserves an A grade for its overall safety policies, a new report from the National Safety Council concluded. But seven states drew an overall B grade from the council for their efforts in preventing injury and death on roads, in the home and community, and at the workplace.

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The South Carolina Infrastructure and Economic Development and Reform Act (Bill 3516) was enacted at the 122nd session of the South Carolina Legislature. This Bill includes the following major changes that will go into effect through January 1, 2019:

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Compared to the previous four-week period, J.D. Power Valuation Services determined auction sales volume for used vehicles up to 8 years old dropped by 3 percent in May, settling at 366,212 units.

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Source: The New York Times

Swiveling seats? Movies projected across the windshield? Social media feeds on the windows? As driverless car technology develops, companies, design institutes and researchers are asking the question: What does the car of the future look like on the inside?

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