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Weighing the Pros and Cons of Autonomous Vehicles

For better or worse, it seems inevitable that autonomous vehicles will one day become a normal part of the landscape. Will they make the roads safer? Or will technology prove less reliable than human intelligence? Only time will tell, but here are a few factors to consider. Pro: The roads could become less hazardous. It’s…

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How Rural Medical Deliveries Can Change Your Patients’ Lives

Patients need to get their medication, so they can tackle their medical issues and improve their quality of life. If your medical practice serves a rural area, it may be tough to know that local pharmacies will have the medications that patients need—or that your patients are within close range of a pharmacy. Delivery services…

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Will the Delivery Industry Be Taken Over by Robots?

The more innovative technology becomes, the more we can use it to improve various aspects of our personal and professional lives. When it comes to the delivery industry, innovations in technology have made it easier to organize, find, and deliver items in less time than ever before. Keep reading to see how robots have changed…

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Tumamoc Hill

Buttes are geological formations that feature steep, often nearly-vertical sides that lead to a flattened plateau. These hills, which are found throughout the state of Arizona, create a unique landscape that our drivers often enjoy as they perform their duties. Tumamoc Hill is one such feature located near “A” Mountain and downtown Tucson. This popular…

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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

The Sonoran Desert covers approximately 100,000 square miles of the American Southwest, as well as a portion of northern Mexico. This unique ecological area is the hottest desert on the continent of North America, and is home to many well-loved and easily-recognizable species of plants and animals. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona,…

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Governor Hunt’s Pyramid Tomb

When most people think of pyramids, they envision the giant structures found in Egypt or Central America. However, you may be surprised to learn that you don’t need to visit these exotic locations to view such a structure—you simply need to visit Papago Park in Phoenix, AZ, where the pyramid tomb of Arizona governor George…

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Arizona is not only home to numerous natural wonders, it also contains some of the nation’s most unique scientific and urban experiments. One such experiment is embodied by Arcosanti, a self-proclaimed “urban laboratory” located in Mayer, AZ. This unique—and thus far unfinished—utopia was originally designed as a fusion of architecture and ecology, aiming to house…

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Lumberjack Muffler Man

Flagstaff, Arizona is home to two large fiberglass statues known as the Muffler Men, although the exact location of their residence has varied over the decades. Today the Muffler Men are associated with Northern Arizona University sports and the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome. Feel free to read on if you would like to learn a…

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