Motorists on Kentucky roadways may be interested in the findings from the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's three-day nationwide inspection blitz targeting commercial vehicles. Law enforcement and regulatory agencies combined forces to perform roadside inspections on more than 67,000 trucks between June 5 and 7. According to recently released figures from the initiative, nearly 12,000 vehicles were ordered out of service along with over 2,600 drivers.
Every car you see on the streets of Lexington has at least one person in it. While that might seem incredibly obvious, one day soon it might not be. Some companies developing driverless technology are working on software that would enable vehicles to move around our nation's streets and highways without any humans on board.