UPC: 9781421429656 | Hagley Library Studies in Business Technology and Politics: Moving Violations : Automobiles Experts and Regulations in the United States (Hardcover)

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UPC: 9781421429656 | Hagley Library Studies in Business  Technology  and Politics: Moving Violations : Automobiles  Experts  and Regulations in the United States (Hardcover)
UPC: 9781421429656 | Hagley Library Studies in Business Technology and Politics: Moving Violations : Automobiles Experts and Regulations in the United States (Hardcover)

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Written in a clear approachable and jargon-free voice Moving Violations will appeal to makers and analysts of policy historians of science technology business and the environment and any readers interested in the history of cars and government. The first comprehensive history of auto regulation in the United States. Regulation has shaped the evolution of the automobile from the beginning. In Moving Violations Lee Vinsel shows that contrary to popular opinion these restrictions have not hindered technological change. Rather by drawing together communities of scientific and technical experts auto regulations have actually fostered innovation. Vinsel tracks the history of American auto regulation from the era of horseless carriages and the first faltering efforts to establish speed limits in cities to recent experiments with self-driving cars. He examines how the government has tried to address car-related problems from accidents to air pollution and demonstrates that automotive safety emissions and fuel economy have all improved massively over time. Touching on fuel economy standards the rise of traffic laws the birth of drivers education classes and the science of distraction he also describes how the government s changing activities have reshaped the automobile and its drivers as well as the country s entire system of roadways and supporting technologies including traffic lights and gas pumps. Moving Violations examines how policymakers elected officials consumer advocates environmentalists and other interested parties wrestled to control the negative aspects of American car culture while attempting to preserve what they saw as its positive contributions to society. Written in a clear approachable and jargon-free voice Moving Violations will appeal to makers and analysts of policy historians of science technology business and the environment and any readers interested in the history of cars and government.

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