This Carmaker’s New ‘Smart Summon’ Feature Can Change Driving...If It Works Well

Now, Smart Summon is exactly as advertised, the feature allows drivers to call the car to come to them via the Tesla app. If you’re in a private parking lot or driveway and no more than 200 feet away from your car, you can pull out your phone, navigate through the Tesla app, and press COME TO ME. The car will then, hopefully, come to you.

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Lambo with a Bling!

I mean, there is no harm if you love the extra bling on your car right? It may be a tad too girly for some, but it is picture worthy. As the saying goes, “Do it for the Gram right? “. Diamond studded vehicles have been around for a long time; mostly using Swarovski crystals and it requires time and money. However, it does sounds kind of dangerous driving it around. Who knows?

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Driving Safely Around Wildlife on Malaysian Highways

No matter what year it is, when you pick up a local newspaper, you'll probably find articles about wildlife being found dead along Malaysian highways. Unfortunately, in a collision between wild animals and human-operated automobiles, the danger isn't just on the side of the animal. In the case of larger mammals like elephants, tapirs, bears and others, a collision with a car or a motorcycle can also prove to be fatal for the driver involved.

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This Carmaker Wants To Make A Car Run Forever

Carmaker Toyota might just have put out an idea that beats all those other ideas, for the same reason because it’s so ridiculous. What do you get when you put together a car with the best solar panels, efficient batteries and a carmaker with a long and illustrious history? You’ll probably get a car that, theoretically can run forever.

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Cybercrime and Cars?

It might sound a little strange, but as the automotive and transportation industries get smarter and more connected, they also become more exposed to cybercrime! Having everything connected to cyberspace provides a lot of convenience to users, but it also comes with its fair share of risks. One such risk is the danger posed by cybercriminals like hackers, identity thieves, scammers, and more.



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Invention of the Automobile

Today, the invention of the automobile has changed the way we live. Not only does it help the economy in so many unimaginable ways, it also creates convenience to people. Karl Benz was the first practical inventor of the modern automobile. His first invention was a three-wheeled, gas powered carriage, also known as the “Motorwagen”.

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MERVINRAJ NAIDU

After completing my Diploma in Motorsports Technology at TOC Malaysia, I continued my studies at Edith Cowan University (Perth, Australia). I am now on my last semester and can’t wait to graduate with a Bachelor in Motorsports Engineering.  That being said, I believe education never stops.

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What Happened To The Car Bumper Sticker?

Nowadays, although you can still find them on some cars, the bumper sticker is no longer a much touted popular car accessory. Mostly popular in the 70s to the 90s, it seems like the heydays of the bumper stickers have faded, perhaps due to the fact that the traditional, exposed bumper style in cars is no longer around. Today, we’re going to take a look at what happened to the car bumper sticker in these modern times. 

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What is RFID?

RFID tags, once used only as a means for tracking cattle, are now being used all over the world to track all sorts of things--retail merchandise, vehicles, airline passengers, Alzheimer’s patients, even your pet dog. RFID is an acronym for “Radio Frequency Identification”, which encodes digital data in stickers known as RFID tags. The data is then transmitted and captured by a reader via radio waves.


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How Your Senses Affect Your Driving

Almost anyone with a driver's license knows that driving (or even riding) can be very tiring. Not only does it tire us out physically, but it can also be tiring emotionally as well. One reason for this is that driving requires us to activate all of our senses at the same time, putting ourselves in a heightened state of alertness. Senses like sight, hearing, and even smell all have to be at their best while we're operating automobiles.

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