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This Company May Have Produced The First Flying Uber In The World!

Every year, the reality of getting a flying car is getting closer and closer. In the past few years, we had the EHang taxi drone concept, and the Airbus flying car concept to whet our appetites but it seems like the next best thing is here. Codenamed The Nexus, this air taxi is probably going to be within Uber’s planned flying fleet.

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In The Age Of Connected Cars, How Secure Are You?

Technology in the automotive industry has evolved to a stage where cars are all connected via apps and advanced dashboard features. However, as with every piece of technology, there is a fear of viruses and hackers. Today, all these risks are becoming more relevant to the car. Carmakers are increasingly trying to beef up their in-car security systems to prevent hackers from manipulating the built-in safety protocols and other cyber attacks.

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The Walking Car: Welcome To Hyundai’s Elevate

The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is a place where brands create the most unimaginable, unbuildable prototypes of ideas that could have been. These concepts are futuristic, and not unlike something from a sci-fi movie. However, at the 2019 edition, there may be one real winner of the most insane car concept.

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9 Tips on How to Maintain Your Brand New Car In 2019

It’s a new year, and hopefully many of you are getting that brand new ride you’ve had your eye on for quite some time now. But as with all new things, you would do well to maintain your brand new ride or else it may not be able to last through the year without issues cropping up. Here are a few simple tips on how you can maintain a brand new car and make sure that you’ll be driving through 2019 awesomely.

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Your Car Knows: How Automakers Are Monetizing Your Data

The sheer volume of software and sensors in new vehicles, combined with artificial intelligence that can sift through data at ever-quickening speeds, means new services and revenue streams are quickly emerging. The data is generated by the car’s onboard sensors and computers, and then stored by the auto maker in cloud-based servers. Some new cars have as many as 100 built-in processors that generate data.

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Should I Become An Automotive Technician?

Some of us might have grown up harboring a childhood dream to work with cars. What’s not to love about them as a kid? A little boy may have watched his father tinker under the hood on weekends, and dreamed to one day be able to do that too. A teenager might have developed a love for fast cars, and had a burgeoning interest in the technical and mechanical aspects of how engines work or perhaps you have a natural affinity for fixing things, and love the challenge of solving mechanical problems.

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New Year’s Resolutions For Your Car

The New Year is upon us once more, and this is the period when people will be making long and impressive lists of the resolutions they’d like to adopt for the 12 months ahead. Some of this will include the classics: to lose weight, to join a gym, to spend less money and so on. What about their beloved cars? Their prized possessions that have served them so well by helping them get to wherever they need to be? Don’t cars deserve some attention as well during this time of the year?

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4 Reasons You Should Buy Yourself A Car This Christmas

Ho Ho Ho! It’s Christmas time once again, and tis the season to be jolly. If you’re wishing that Santa will bring you a new car this Christmas, buckle up! As it turns out, December is the BEST month to buy a car. And today, in the spirit of the holidays, we’re about to tell you why you should be getting yourself a car for Christmas.

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A Motorcycle Robot May Soon Help Make Motorcycling Safer

We’re always complaining about how robots will rise up and snatch up all our jobs, but today we want to thank the robots for taking over a job and researching ways to make us all safer. What are we talking about? Well, BMW has created a self-riding motorcycle that can start from a stop, negotiate curves and corners, and come back to a halt, all without a human intervention.

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This Carmaker Is Researching Technology To Eliminate The “New Car Smell”

When we buy a new car and drive it out of the dealership for the first time, you might take a deep breath and enjoy the smell of your brand new car. The fresh upholstery and carpeting, the rich leather seats. This new car aroma might remind you of things like happiness, contentment and having enough money to buy a new car. However, if you’re living in China, we might not be describing you at all. Apparently, car buyers in China don’t really like the “new car smell”, so Ford is looking into technology which can help to get rid of the smell.

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The Digital Cockpit And How It Will Change The World Of Driving

Back in 2016, we were given the first glimpse of a self-driving future. Automakers were focusing on giving us ways we could entertain ourselves in our cars, get real time information about locations as we were passing through them, and the ability to work on the go while commuting. It’s going to be 2019 in just a month, and that future is looking a lot more concrete.

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The Rise of Self Driving Cars And When They Will Take Over Conventional Driving

Since a few years ago, the much touted driverless car revolution was in full swing. Every car manufacturer had plans to bring about an autonomous vehicle into the market. Now, in 2018, the revolution is way behind schedule. There have been plenty of rumblings in the automotive market, but most of these driverless cars are in testing, or have not been deemed roadworthy to bring passengers around safely.

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New Car Safety Technology Keeps Us All Safer On The Roads...At A Cost

When it comes to getting a new car, safety is one of the biggest factors to consider. However, despite technology rapidly growing, advanced driver assistance systems which help to boost up the safety of the car are bumping up the price of car repairs. According to a survey by the American Automobile Association (AAA), these new technologies, among them blind spot monitors, lane keeping assistance and forward collision warnings, are used to help keep drivers safer on the roads.

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Are Electric Cars Really That Clean For The Environment? This Study Says No!

As technology progresses, there will soon be millions of clean electric cars on the road. Every major automotive giant has plans, or have already built the electric vehicles. Many say that they are doing so to cut greenhouse gas emissions to leave less pollution in the world. And all in all, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the direction that this new trend of electric cars will take.

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Portable Car Jump Starters

Despite being unable to start your car, bike, or truck, the key here is to somehow get your vehicle to your preferred workshop or to get it home where you can replace the battery. What this requires is called a ‘jump start’; a little jolt of electricity from an external source, just enough to get the engine started. Traditionally, this is done using jumper cables connected to the working battery of another person’s car. These days there other ways to be prepared for this problem: devices you can use to jump start your own car with.

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The 7 Best Motorcycles For New Riders

If you’re a new motorcycle rider, you may have a hard time picking your first motorbike. We’re not talking about the normal motorbikes that everyone is riding here in Malaysia, which are more perfect to get you more accustomed to riding a bike. These are the bikes that will help you develop skill, save money, and have fun. It may look intimidating but that’s why we’re here to help you.

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This Carmaker Lets You Summon Your Car Through Your Phone

Tesla is one of the most innovative companies in the world, with their electric cars poised to sweep across the world with their sleek looks, amazing features and futuristic possibilities. However, they may be taking it one step further with their latest rollout feature; allowing car owners to remotely control their cars through their phones.

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