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http://vpic.nhtsa.dot.gov/api/ The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has a free API that provides VIN decoding and lists of Makes/Models/Manufacturers/Parts/etc. XML, JSON, CSV Here is an example to fetch all vehicle makes: http://vpic.nhtsa.dot.gov/api/vehicles/getallmakes?format=json


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Montgomery County, Maryland has this on data.gov, here's the headers: Date Of Stop,Time Of Stop,Agency,SubAgency,Description,Location, Latitude,Longitude,Accident,Belts,Personal Injury, Property Damage,Fatal,Commercial License,HAZMAT,Commercial Vehicle,Alcohol, Work Zone,State,VehicleType,Year,Make,Model,Color, Violation Type,Charge,Article,Contributed ...


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There is a github repo with SQL data, but only up to 2013 (of course, you can extend it) https://github.com/n8barr/automotive-model-year-data Automotive data including vehicle model, make, and year for database creation. Currently includes 7,268 model-years. Sample data 2013, Volvo, C30 2013, Volvo, C70 2013, Volvo, S60 2013, Volvo, XC90 (my source)


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The NHTSA has a survey with reasons for crashes. Table 1. Driver, Vehicle, and Environment Related Critical Reasons Table 2. Driver‐Related Critical Reasons Table 3. Vehicle‐Related Critical Reasons Table 4. Environment‐Related Critical Reasons https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/812506 (mirror)


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I know this site has a lot of car price data, you might be able to reach out to the owner to see how much data is available.


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It seems as though right now, Qatar has open data policies in place, but are still fulfilling them on a case by case basis. They have explicitly stated on this site here: http://www.ictqatar.qa/en/qatar-digital-government/open-government/open-data the benefits of open data, and the type of data sets each department in Qatar will be fulfilling. If I had to ...


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Have a try of the gov.uk site. This particular link has some of the information which might get you part of the way. Since you are not looking to run a business, doing a "screen scrape" of the data might work using something like R with the rvest package. Then you could use the Parkers and ClassicCars websites and pull off info building up data as you go. ...


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Instead of the NHTSA FAR data, you may want to look at the NHTSA Vehicle Crash Test Database. This does contain accelerometer data. That said, I doubt they are using a phone's accelerometer to create this dataset.


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If you're still searching, is here a link to some serious ODB-II dataset : OBD-II datasets. Hope I helped.


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You can check the UK driving licencing agency site here: https://data.gov.uk/dataset


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The German Umweltbundesamt (Environment Agency) collects hourly data on NOx, ozone etc. at several hundred places in Germany. It seems that their web query GUI can export only one-hour .csv s, but the nice people there have sent me data for whole years, which can be read with pandas and plotted like this: Also, from EEA Europe one can download 48-hour files ...


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So you need the information for the US car market or for worldwide car market? Under performance you mean a sheet of technical specs? How about Edmunds.com if their information is still available? They used to offer free access to their cars database for developers - i have used them few years ago. My recent collisions with the automotive magazines testify ...


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United States of America The Vehicle Inventory and Use Survey conducted by the United States Census included the following information for trucks, which included SUV's and minivans: Vehicle Acquisition Month and Year Vehicle Make and Model Year Vehicle Disposal Month and Year The data is predominantly truck focused as it was previously referred to as the ...


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