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California is taking further steps to embrace electric vehicles.
California has issued a total of 29 permits allowing companies to test self-driving cars on state roads under newly-established rules in the first week of their implementation.
California issued its first self-driving car permit for use on state roads today, marking a milestone in the journey toward mass market adoption of the technology.
Soon, wealthy electric vehicle shoppers in the state of California won’t benefit from incentives.
Like it or now summer is rapidly winding down. Before long students will be heading back to school and auto-show season will begin once again. Getting ready for the fall, a record number of global vehicles are expected to debut at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
I tagged along for a two legs of MINI Takes the States, an epic cross-country road rally that’s put on by the company. I participated in just two sections of this continent-spanning trip, but that was still enough for me to experience four Midwestern states and some 700 miles of America. But there’s much more to than this event than just the sliver I experienced.
Laws in California restricting cellphone use while driving may not reduce the number of traffic accidents.
Self-driving vehicles are creeping toward public adoption at a not-so-slow pace and the California DMV just announced rules that bring them closer to the mass market.
California motorists that spend a lot of time on the road could be in for a shock. The state’s legislature is considering a bill that would explore a tax based on vehicle miles traveled or VMT for short.
General Motors is being sued in a California court for allegedly concealing widespread defects in its vehicles that led to fatal accidents.
California was one of the first states in the U.S. to prohibit using a smartphone while driving, and now it has ruled that it is legal to use mobile devices to check maps.
If being green is the new black, and hydrogen is the future of being green, will there be any color puns left to make?