Should we change the way we grade crash tests? The Auto Professor, Dr Norma Hubele says yes. I talk to Dr Hubele all about her auto grades and what cars are the safest when it comes to being in a crash. There are things you aren’t supposed to do like you aren’t supposed to tug on Superman’s cape,you don’t spit into the wind, you don’t pull off the mask of the Lone Ranger and don’t joke around with a flight attendant. And I want to share a Bud with Lloyd Boyd. All that and more on the Driving You Crazy Podcast.
Open music: jazzyfrenchy by Bensound
Close music: Latché Swing by Hungaria
E192 - Is it the speeding that kills or the driver who speeds who kills?
E191 - Here's a great idea, keep driving until we run out of gas
E190 - Fast charging is the key to the future of EV cars
E189 - You're moving a big hunk of metal over 150 mph, you should be nervous
E188 - How to change 18 seconds into 2 years with just a few clicks on your phone
E187 - How you first learned to drive isn't necessarily how you should be driving
E186 - There is no time for shrimp cocktail in a nuclear war
E185 - It’s important we remember collisions involve vehicles piloted by people
E184 - This is really a game changer in real time traffic information
E183 - Never drive next to another car no matter what road you are on
E182 - Is there a war against cars in downtown areas?
E181 - Should cities make their downtown urban core void of cars?
E180 - In the inverted transportation pyramid, cars are the equivalent of junk food
E179 - COVID-19, a roadblock to the Great American Road Trip
E178 - Four loko and tree branches don't mix
E177 - There's nothing like driving in a 27 foot long hotdog
E176 - We won't see an autonomous car for 100 years down the road
E175 - Could our cars be more important than ever before?
E174 - All it takes is a little bit of money
E173 - What does traffic in a post covid world look like?
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