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The Weekly Roundup | May 1st - May 7th, 2017

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The Dashcam Store's The Weekly Roundup Keeping tabs on the best of tech, cars, and dashcams this week... so you don’t have to.

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This week, Matador Network posted an article about the 12 best state parks in Nevada. Would you road trip out to any of these parks this summer?

Are you thinking about buying an RV to take your road tripping to the next level, or perhaps to live the RV life permanently? Well, Jody Allard at Matador Network has a list of the 7 things you should know before you trying RVing.

PCWorld released a review on the Garmin Dash Cam 55. Although the magnetically-coupling mount makes it easy to install and remove from your car, it seems like the magnets may have something to do with the stability of the camera and the shakiness of the video footage.

Measuring drug impairment in drivers is easier said than done, and NPR investigates with some interesting insight from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Give it a read, and let us know what you think.

What is the psychology behind road rage? We're determined to find out. This week, we interviewed experts to learn more about where road rage comes from in order to learn how to avoid it. Check out our latest blog post: How to Avoid Road Rage | Safe Driving Tips.

Mats Jarlstrom acknolwedges that he is unusually passionate about traffic signals - and that his zeal is not particularly appreciated by Oregon officials. Head to The New York Times to read the full story.

Wow. Waymo’s lawyers alleged that Anthony Levandowski – the Waymo former employee who is at the center of its contentious lawsuit against Uber – started his self-driving truck company Otto as a ruse so Uber could acquire it and steal proprietary information about Google’s self-driving car program. Buzzfeed has more.

The results are in, and according to the EverDrive Safe Driving Report, people in Pittsburgh and New York are the worst drivers in America. GOOD has all the details.

I think there's a lot to learn about life from this toddler who can't stop laughing after locking himself in his mom's car whole 5 firefighters try to rescue him. When life hands you lemons, as they say! Head to Bored Panda for the pictures and the full story.

You've been warned: a change to the Uber app will now allow you to clearly see your own rider rating on Uber. GOOD has more.

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