The 1980s were the last, best time to learn how to drive. Yes, we ran around unbelted. Yes, we drove cars that were wildly unsafe. Yes, we invented the mullet. But for all those valid concerns, getting a license in the 1980s still represented our first real taste of freedom.
The three most popular performance coupes fail to earn top grades on safety tests, but one newcomer aces them all.
There are all sorts of technologies designed to help the people inside of a car during an accident. As a pedestrian, if you happen to be hit by a car, then there’s very little to protect you from injury. Google’s new human flypaper might be the solution.