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Hamilton, Ohio, United States
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College Exhibition: Royal College of Art - GE Plasticon project

Mon, 08 May 2006 00:00:00 -0700

Postgraduate students at London's Royal College of Art recently presented the results of a multi-disciplinary design project in collaboration with GE Plastics. As part of the 'PLASTicon' project, 17 RCA first year MA students researched, designed and built models of concept vehicles aimed at the needs of different markets - from SUV owners to Gen-Y consumers - utilising the capabilities of plastics. Beginning in December, the students from the Vehicle Design course as well as from Textiles, were split into six teams tasked with conducting research into specific scenarios, including emerging generations and emerging markets to meet specific challenges of today and tomorrow.

Bypassing the graduated driver's license program

Mon, 13 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Teens aren't getting driver's licenses like they did 20 years ago. Even the licenses themselves have changed, and the cost of insurance and fuel are considered contributing factors in the lack of teen enrollment in driver training. Flip through our coverage below for our look at the state of teen driving, and a list of websites that offer innovative ways to track your teen driver and their driving habits.

Bad British drivers 'in denial'

Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

A NEW study has uncovered the extent to which British drivers will stubbornly refuse to admit being wrong or behaving badly on the road. Almost all (98.7%) UK motorists believe they are safe drivers, but only 22.6% of those who had an accident admitted being at fault, which seems to display a degree of denial in British drivers when it comes to behaving badly on the roads. Carrot Insurance, which specialises in providing telematics-based policies to 17-24-year-olds, carried out the survey ahead of this week’s National Road Safety Week campaign and discovered several surprises.