(Toledo, OH) You can feel smarter for spending your Friday afternoon learning more about smart cars.
AAA-Northwest Ohio and the University of Toledo College of Engineering are teaming up to help educate consumers about autonomous vehicles and cybersecurity.
A new AAA survey among Ohio licensed drivers shows that safety and reliability of autonomous vehicle technology remains the top concern.
A 2018 Stinger will be on-site with all the bells and whistels so people can see the technology up-close-- equipped with a forward collision avoidance warning system, lane departure warning system, driver attention warning, high beam assist, blind sport collision warning, and even an auto-ran sensing windshield wipers.
The second in a series of free, public demonstrations takes place from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday in U-T's Nitschke Hall Auditorium.