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5 Reasons Why Autonomous Cars Aren't Coming Anytime Soon

5 Reasons Why Autonomous Cars Aren't Coming Anytime Soon

By Tom Krisher | Feb 5
Ask those involved in self-driving vehicles when we might actually see them carrying passengers in every city, and you'll get an almost universal answer: Not anytime soon.

Safety Board Highlights Need for Transportation Improvements

Safety Board Highlights Need for Transportation Improvements

By David Koenig | Feb 5
Federal safety officials say they want a crackdown on impaired and distracted drivers, wider use of collision-avoidance technology in cars, and tougher regulations for operators of air tours and medical flights.

Hundreds Protest in Germany Against Ban on Older Diesel Cars

Hundreds Protest in Germany Against Ban on Older Diesel Cars

Feb 4
German police say around 800 people have demonstrated in the southwestern city of Stuttgart against a new ban on driving older diesel cars.

Seinfeld Sued Over Sale of Porsche Alleged to be Fake

Seinfeld Sued Over Sale of Porsche Alleged to be Fake

By Larry Neumeister | Feb 2
Jerry Seinfeld was sued Friday by a company claiming it bought the comedian's 1958 Porsche for $1.5 million only to discover it was a fake.

UK Carmakers Issue Stark Warning on Brexit

UK Carmakers Issue Stark Warning on Brexit

By Danica Kirka | Jan 31
Britain's carmakers issued a stark assessment Thursday about Brexit's impact on the industry, warning Thursday that two-thirds of the country's global trade is at risk if the U.K. leaves the European Union without an agreement on future trade.

Edmunds: How to Hack the Traditional Test Drive

Edmunds: How to Hack the Traditional Test Drive

By Ronald Montoya | Jan 30
Test-driving a vehicle is a critical part of the buying process. Here's how to hack your way to a better test-drive experience.

German Official Rebuffs Call for Halt to Emissions Checks

German Official Rebuffs Call for Halt to Emissions Checks

By Frank Jordans | Jan 29
Germany's environment minister rejected Monday calls for a halt to roadside emissions tests that found excessive air pollution and fueled fears of a widespread ban on diesel cars in cities.

Nissan Says It's 'Cooperating Fully' with Inquiry by US SEC

Nissan Says It's 'Cooperating Fully' with Inquiry by US SEC

Jan 28
Nissan Motor Co. said Monday it has received an inquiry from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, suggesting investigations into dealings by its former chairman Carlos Ghosn could expand beyond Japan.

Apple Cuts Jobs in Shakeup of Self-Driving Car Division

Apple Cuts Jobs in Shakeup of Self-Driving Car Division

Jan 25
Apple is reducing the size of its workforce assigned to driverless car technology as the company reorganizes amid weakening sales of iPhones, its biggest moneymaker.

Edmunds: 4 Lessons from A 7,100-Mile, 48-State Test Drive

Edmunds: 4 Lessons from A 7,100-Mile, 48-State Test Drive

By Dan Edmunds | Jan 24
You don't complete a 7,100-mile, 48-state road trip without learning a few things, especially if you go in the grips of winter. A group of Edmunds editors made such a journey in December, in just seven days. Here are four takeaways.

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