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Do you need a police report for a fender bender?

The majority of traffic collisions that occur around the United States are minor fender benders. You'd never know it by reading or watching the reports of the most serious wrecks, though. A car in Oklahoma becoming lodged underneath a school bus makes for an enticing read, but it will likely not apply to a car accident you end up in. 

UPS buys interest in self-driving truck company

UPS, a long-time supporter of transportation technologies, has jumped on the automated driving bandwagon, with an investment into autonomous trucks. The investment was with TuSimple, which is test-driving tractor-trailers to see if the invention can improve the efficiency of UPS transportation services. These tucks are considered level 4, which means the onboard computer system will be in control at all times during transportation, though current laws regulating these vehicles require that a driver be present and able to take over operations if needed.

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