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Ford's 2019 Ranger

Ford's 2019 Ranger

Ford's 2019 Ranger returns after an eight-year hiatus as a larger, midsize pickup in a competitive segment with about 518,000 units sold in 2018.

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Ford Talks About All-Electric F-Series

The F-150 Limited is one model available in 2019.

In a press conference in Detroit, Jim Farley, group vice president for marketing and sales at Ford, made a big announcement, stating that the automaker would be electrifying the F-Series.

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How Adaptive Headlights Work

Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road...

Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than they would with conventional headlights, according to a study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Adaptive Headlights

Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road...

Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than they would with conventional headlights.

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Nissan Reducing Truck, Van Production

Nissan is reducing production of its NV cargo van (2019 model shown) at its Mississippi assembly...

Nissan Motor Co. will reduce production of its NV cargo and passenger vans, as well as for its Titan and Frontier pickup trucks, at its assembly plant in Canton, Mississippi.

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Crashes No Longer Leading Cause of Accidental Death

Opiod overdoses have passed vehicle crashes as the leading cause of accidental death.

For the first time in the U.S., the odds of dying in a motor vehicle crash (one in 103) have been surpassed by the chance of dying accidentally from an opioid overdose, which have risen to one in 96, according to new data from the National Safety Council.