Legislation passed by the Senate earlier this week would make it mandatory for automakers to install black box recording devices, like those in commercial aircrafts, in every automobile sold in the U.S. by 2015. Activist groups are rising up, demanding the government back off on keeping tabs on its free citizens. However, Big Brother may Read on! →

The tiwi sounds like practically the perfect solution for teen drivers. The little on-board computer monitors predefined “dangerous” behaviors and notifies both the driver and the parents of this activity. Originally developed for fleet drivers, the tiwi is now being marketed to parents of teen drivers. Is this little computer worth the cost and effort? Read on! →

The federal government is set to require all automakers to install an event data recorder or EDR, also known as a “black box,” in all cars, though in most cars, black boxes are already there. Despite various objections, the devices will become mandatory standard equipment starting September 1. NHTSA declines delay for cars black boxes Read on! →