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November 2017

The Effects of Ride Sharing on Drunk Driving Varies by Region

It would seem to make perfect sense that with the advent of Uber and Lyft rideshare options, fewer people would risk driving while intoxicated. In fact, Uber actually reported a decline in drunk driving in a number of major cities since the service began in San Francisco in 2010, and at least a few independent studies agreed. One study found that in four…

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Sharing the Road with Self-Driving Cars

Most drivers have taken a stance on autonomous vehicles—either they think they are best thing since sliced bread, and will decrease the number of car collisions caused by human error, or they are absolutely certain they do not want to give up their ability to control their vehicle. A 2015 University of Michigan study found that the question may not be so much…

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