December 3, 2020
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Early Car Audio, Car Seat, Dash Cam, Tires & GPS Deals Summarized by Save Bubble

The top early car accessory deals for Amazon Prime Day, including all the latest Garmin GPS, Aukey dash cam, Chicco and Graco car seat, and Boss car audio offers

Find the best early car tech deals for Prime Day 2020, together with Aukey dash cam, Garmin GPS, Boss car audio, and Graco and Chicco car seat savings. Links to the top deals are listed below.

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Looking for more deals on car parts and car accessories including tires, GPS navigation systems, car audio, car seats, and dash cams? Visit Amazon’s Prime Day 2020 deals page for the entire selection of active offers available now.

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Study: Regional transportation pact could save more than 1,000 lives | News

A regional initiative among 12 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states aimed at reducing carbon emissions from transportation could help avoid about 1,100 deaths and nearly 5,000 asthma cases each year, and could save more than $11 billion in health costs, according to a new analysis.

The analysis of the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) was conducted by the Transportation, Equity, Climate and Health Study (TRECH) Project, a collaboration of researchers from the Harvard Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston University, and the University of North Carolina.

The researchers analyzed various policy scenarios that participating states are considering. The scenarios involve different reduction caps for greenhouse gas emissions, from 20% to 25%, and different ways to invest the proceeds from diesel fuel distributors, who would pay a fee for each ton of carbon emitted by the fuel they sell. TCI is

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Audi’s cellular vehicle-to-everything communications tech will save road workers’ lives

Audi CV2X Communications

New technology can warn road workers of oncoming traffic.


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Audi on Tuesday announced that it’s working to improve the safety of road workers in construction zones. The German luxury automaker’s next-generation “C-V2X,” or cellular vehicle-to-everything communications technology, could significantly reduce crashes and fatalities.

This new system will work in conjunction with existing Traffic Light Information and Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory features that Audi already offers. TLI currently works at around 15,000 intersections in about 35 cities in the US, advising drivers of how long a signal will remain red before changing. GLOSA can advise motorists to travel at a certain speed to avoid hitting red lights, saving frustration and fuel.

Many vehicles on the road today are already equipped with modems that enable them to connect to cellular networks, but what

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