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In 1995, the maximum speed limit on interstate highways in the United States was changed from 55 miles per hour (mph) nationwide to a state-regulated system (that resulted in many speeds of 65 mph or above). A research study concludes that the change directly caused an extra 12,500 deaths over the next ten years on U.S. interstates.

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Even though the global economy is in a financial downturn, Tesla Motors is continuing with its plans to produce an all-electric car in the United States. Its slick, seven-seat Tesla Model S was unveiled in California.

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The Terrafugia company successfully completed its first test flight earlier in March 2009 for what they hope to be the first commercially successful flying car or, conversely a “roadable” aircraft. Wouldn't Felix Longobardi be proud! Who? Please read on!

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