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Global Autonomous Vehicle Sales to Reach 33M by 2040

Automakers should be able to increase global sales of fully autonomous vehicles to 33 million by 2040 from 51,000 in 2021 — the first year of significant volume, according to a forecast from IHS Markit.

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Marijuana Use Still Illegal on Calif. Roads

Marijuana sales for recreational use became legal in California on Jan. 1, but another change in state law prohibits smoking or consuming the drug while driving or riding in a vehicle.

Advanced Car Safety Tech Will Roll Out Gradually: HDLI

The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) has projected that 95% of registered vehicles in the U.S. will be equipped with automatic emergency braking in 2045 and equipped with adaptive headlights sometime after 2050.

NHTSA Fines Ariz. Dealership $40,000 for Selling New Cars With Open Recalls

The federal agency said Sands Chevrolet violated the Safety Act for selling and delivering new vehicles without fixing safety-related defects. Along with the fine, the dealership was ordered to show that it has taken, or will take, steps to ensure it does not violate the Safety Act again, the settlement agreement states.

NADA Forges Partnership With MyCarDoesWhat Campaign

The NADA announced its involvement in a campaign designed to promote safer driving experiences. The program educates consumers about how to best interact with safety features.

20 Automakers Commit to Making Automotic Emergency Braking Standard Equipment by 2022

By 2022, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety expect 99% of the U.S. auto market to have automatic emergency braking as a standard feature.

Autotrader: Consumers Want Advanced Safety Features on Their Next Vehicle

AutoTrader's 2016 Car Tech Impact Study showed that 77% of consumer surveyed will make in-car technology a bigger consideration than color on their next vehicle purchase. And what they want most are advanced safety features such as parking assist, collision avoidance and automatic braking.

Hackers Demonstrate Security Risks In Connected Cars

On the same day WIRED magazine posted a video showing two hackers take over a Jeep Cherokee traveling down a St. Louis highway, two U.S. Senators introduced legislation that would direct the NHTSA and FTC to establish standards to secure cars and protect drivers' privacy.

Demand for Vehicle Safety Technology Increases, Study Reveals

A global study by Accenture revealed that 91 percent of consumers want driver-assistance and traffic-avoidance technologies.