It seems crazy to hear that something so simple could be modified. I mean, how can you beat something so simple as red, yellow, and green.

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Unsplach: Paul Marsan

We all know what it means, and its a staple across the country since 1923.

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In a digital age that is constantly evolving and changing, some of the same actions and products we've used for the past 100 years, are becoming obsolete, or just unable to function with the current times we are in.

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So why exactly is the simple system of stop, slow down and go?

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According to Traffic Technology Today, they are attempting to propose a new way that we do traffic.

In areas with a white light, human drivers would quite simply follow autonomous vehicles and their flow of traffic.

This sounds crazy, but instead of sitting at a red light for what seems like an eternity, the AV's, could help speed up that process of light changes.

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Some areas have already seen traffic lights that change to green or red depending on the amount of traffic they sense at a light. This would be the same instance but in a more digital and modern world.

When Would We See White Lights in Michigan?

While the concept is cool, as this could reduce the slow down at the lights, AV's aren't something you see too much of yet on the roads. At this point in time, AVs are a minority of cars on the roads.

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That could change, however, as time continues to evolve as well as the AV market.

These Are The Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in Michigan

With the Kia Biys finally cooling down, let's find out what are the most stolen vehicles in Michigan.

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The 5 Top Selling Vehicles in Michigan

Go Banking decided to get to work to discover what Americans are choosing as their favorite vehicles from state to state. From lifestyles to terrain, to weather and gas prices, each state has its popular selection as to what to drive.
To find the cost to own the most popular cars in each state, GOBankingRates referenced pricing and sales data from car-research site Edmunds. Overall, the most popular vehicles in each state generally run in the $28,000 to $32,000 range, but there are some notable exceptions with extras and premium models.
Take a look at Michigan's Top 5.

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