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Disabled Man Gets License, Shows Driverless Tech's Potential

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Sep 29
Fully driverless cars are expected to reach U.S. roads in the next five to ten years, and the disabled community is eager for their arrival.

Diesels Take Back Seat, Electrics Up Front At Paris Car Show

By David McHugh | Sep 28
Carmakers are finding the Paris auto show, held in a city whose mayor wants to ban diesels to reduce pollution, to be a fine place to show off new zero-emission electric vehicles.

U.S. Guidelines on Self-Driving Cars Get Good Reception at G-7

By Yuri Kageyama | Sep 27
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Sunday that his counterparts in the Group of Seven nations welcomed U.S. guidelines on regulating self-driving cars and have agreed to work together on creating such standards to maintain safety.

GM Unveils New Compact Chevy SUV in Super-Competitive Market

By Tom Krisher | Sep 26
The aging Chevrolet Equinox compact SUV has taken a dramatic tumble so far this year in the fastest-growing part of the U.S. market. General Motors is hoping to turn that around when it replaces the Equinox with a revamped model.

5 Best Times to Buy A New Car

By Philip Reed, Nerdwallet Writer | Sep 25
That chill in the air signals not only the onset of autumn but also cooling auto sales. For bargain hunters, this could be a great time to get a good deal on a new car.

Tesla Update Halts Automatic Steering If Driver Inattentive

By Tom Krisher and Dee-Ann Durbin | Sep 25
Tesla Motors says a software update to its Autopilot system will disable automatic steering if drivers don't keep their hands on the wheel.

Norwegian Tesla Owners Sue Car Maker in Horsepower Dispute

Sep 24
More than 100 Tesla owners in Norway have sued the electric car maker, saying their vehicles aren't as powerful as advertised.

No Longer Invite-Only, 'Robo-Cars' Offered to Singaporeans

By Annabelle Liang | Sep 24
Autonomous vehicle software startup nuTonomy has made rides on its self-driving taxis available to the general public in Singapore for free, expanding a first-in-the world run that was initially invitation-only.

1,400 Investor Lawsuits Seek 8.2 Billion Euros from VW

Sep 23
A German court says it has added staff and storage space to handle a flood of 1,400 investor lawsuits against Volkswagen seeking damages worth 8.2 billion euros ($9.2 billion).

Report: American Drivers Are Wasting Money on Premium Gas

Sep 22
AAA estimates Americans wasted $2.1 billion in the last year on the wrong gas.

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