House Bill 11 looks to put an end to the act of modifying a diesel-powered car to spew out a sooty exhaust. Continue Reading...
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It’s raining today in Marquette, Mich where four pieces of paper sitting on a desk are causing a small car manufacturer in California to sweat. Continue Reading...
Tesla’s state-by-state battle to sell its cars directly to customers is making news in Michigan. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
The state of Tennessee has added a pair of new DUI laws just in time for the 4th of July holiday. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Google is trying to sway lawmakers from banning its Glass mobile computing device off of driver’s faces. Continue Reading...
A St. Louis, Miss. federal judge has ruled that flashing headlights to warn oncoming traffic of police speed traps is protected as free speech. Continue Reading...
U.S. state representative Mike Rogers thinks so, calling it “asinine” that people in Alabama can still do it legally. Continue Reading...
U.S. auto safety regulators are still hesitant about self driving cars being allowed beyond the experimental phase. Continue Reading...
Part of a two-year highway reauthorization bill is ruffling feathers among some of the world’s top auto manufacturers because it could allow for massively increased fines. The provision in question would raise the amount of money an automaker may be fined for failing to properly recall problematic vehicles. As it stands, the maximum fine is… Continue Reading...
Previously capped at 80 mph, the Texas House of Representatives approved a new transportation bill that will raise speed limits up to 85 mph in select areas and put an end to the night-time speed limit as well. Yee-haw! Though exciting for driving enthusiasts (or anyone in a hurry), don’t pack your bags for the… Continue Reading...
Federal legislators have begun examining ways to tax highway users based on Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) as a way to bring up shortfalls to the Highway Trust Fund. A concern is that as fuel-efficient hybrids and plug-in cars increase, fuel tax generated revenues will do little for the already insufficient funding base. In a Congressional… Continue Reading...