Driving can be fun, but it's often routine. For every scenic trip, there are weeks of commuting. Meanwhile, mobile phones have become little entertainment centers designed to combat boredom. Popular music, independent films and social interactions are only a tap away. The road can’t compete with such engaging handheld distractions. This is a growing problem in need of a radical solution.

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Stand-alone technology like automation, connectivity and electrification won't push the automotive industry forward by themselves. Rather, it's a fusion of the three areas meshing together that will be game-changers, according to a report released Monday by the Center for Automotive Research.

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LeasePlan recently had the opportunity to drive the brand-new Nissan LEAF, which boasts impressive features, including semi-autonomous capability. How did it stack up against the previous model? Becky Langmandel, vice president of analytics, consulting and transformation (ACT), and Kristofer Bush, vice president of marketing showcase their experience with the Leaf and its path into the future of mobility.

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Connie Francis sang about "Where the Boys Are" in 1961. Well, the bright boys and girls are flooding into transportation.

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Big changes between high and low temperatures that happen in the fall can trigger an alert on your dashboardone that may leave some drivers wondering what to do next.

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