dccargeek
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Mar 5 2018
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McMike! It’s been a minute. Hope all is well. Cheers and Happy Motoring, Boss.

Jul 20 2017
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While this data doesn’t include Alfa (lag between the OE and NHTSA) it does have some new vehicle (2017 / 2018) data. I put this together quickly to show the count of unique TSBs by Make/Model. The data from NHTSA isn’t ideal as it isn’t cleaned at all and is simply a pass through of info they ingest. Still a fun and Read more

Apr 4 2017
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Haven’t posted here in awhile, but is fantastic. I love fun ways to show information. Great job Torch!

Oct 17 2016
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Removed person on pier.

Mar 23 2016
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Not announced but the Stow N Go does have a divider engineered into the tubs that was not around for the previous generation and it’s the perfect size to allow one to connect the front wheels to the rear wheels.

Feb 23 2016
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You are legally an operator so Racecar Operator would be a better word.

Feb 23 2016
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Yes and the academic world has also been heavily involved in performance autonomous driving. Read more

Dec 28 2015
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While I think there are countless operational and production benefits, mostly monetary, especially when it comes to design, manufacturing, (global) distribution, testing - the normal hurdles of mass-producing a vehicle - another real benefit to this partnership is the reach and well-established lobbying expertise of Read more

Dec 3 2015
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Do you think the tour guide company would be able to provide the name of the place you ate?

Oct 20 2015
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Oh yeah. I read that. He’s still an awesome dude, talented entertainer and one that I will continue to watch, but with all that success - why a Ford service spot?

Oct 19 2015
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“So if this data has been available for at least six years, why hasn’t anybody been paying attention?” - I can’t seem to find anywhere on their website where the testing data is shared publicly....

Oct 19 2015
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I called this years ago. I’m sure each automaker, or collectively via their association, are pulling together studies to justify as many off-cycle credits as possible due to emissions impact from reduced crashes.

Oct 15 2015
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You could do that now but the data would only take into account fatalities and not overall crashes. Time of day, type of road, weather conditions and GIS are all included for each reported fatality. Read more

Oct 15 2015
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The data is there I just don’t think it’s in the same place. Federal Highway (FHWA) tracks DL’s age stats by state. Read more

Oct 15 2015
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I have many thoughts on this very multifaceted topic (and well written post) that will require a great amount of time to compose. In the meantime I’ll leave you some content that I made that is a bit more fun given the title and GoT theme of this post:

Oct 15 2015
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Like mine better. TEAM IKEA.

Oct 15 2015
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BigBlock is correct. Recent surveys, most visual surveys of drivers at red lights, have seat belt use at 89-90%. Read more

Oct 15 2015
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I wrote at lenght about the accuracy of the data and where mobiles devices ranked in terms of their impact. Read more