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Read more about GM says production starts on replacement batteries for Bolts
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GM says production starts on replacement batteries for Bolts

Sep 21, 2021
Read more about GM says production starts on replacement batteries for Bolts
Read more about GM says production starts on replacement batteries for Bolts
General Motors said Monday that production has resumed for battery modules used in recalled Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles, and customers could start getting replacement parts by mid-October.
Read more about New law calls for New York to stop selling gas-powered new vehicles by 2035
Read more about New law calls for New York to stop selling gas-powered new vehicles by 2035

New law calls for New York to stop selling gas-powered new vehicles by 2035

Sep 17, 2021
Read more about New law calls for New York to stop selling gas-powered new vehicles by 2035
Read more about New law calls for New York to stop selling gas-powered new vehicles by 2035
A bill signed into law last week by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul effectively outlaws the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in less than 14 years.
Read more about Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles
Read more about Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles

Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles

Sep 01, 2021
Read more about Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles
Read more about Survey: Owners frustrated when linking phones to vehicles
Automobile quality rose last year, but glitches in pairing smartphones with infotainment systems frustrated owners more than anything, according to a large U.S. survey of auto owners. For the first time, a brand from Fiat Chrysler, now Stellantis, ranked No. 1 for having the fewest problems. Ram trucks finished first, followed by another company brand, Dodge, according to the annual survey by J.D. Power.
Read more about UN hails end of poisonous leaded gas use in cars worldwide
Read more about UN hails end of poisonous leaded gas use in cars worldwide

UN hails end of poisonous leaded gas use in cars worldwide

Aug 31, 2021
Read more about UN hails end of poisonous leaded gas use in cars worldwide
Read more about UN hails end of poisonous leaded gas use in cars worldwide
Leaded gasoline has finally reached the end of the road, the U.N. environment office said Monday, after the last country in the world halted the sale of the highly toxic fuel.
Read more about Biden seeks to boost fuel economy to thwart Trump rollback
Read more about Biden seeks to boost fuel economy to thwart Trump rollback

Biden seeks to boost fuel economy to thwart Trump rollback

Aug 05, 2021
Read more about Biden seeks to boost fuel economy to thwart Trump rollback
Read more about Biden seeks to boost fuel economy to thwart Trump rollback
The Biden administration wants automakers to raise gas mileage and cut tailpipe pollution between now and model year 2026, and it has won a voluntary commitment Thursday from the industry that electric vehicles will comprise up to half of U.S. sales by the end of the decade.
Read more about Pandemic set off deadly rise in speeding that hasn't stopped
Read more about Pandemic set off deadly rise in speeding that hasn't stopped

Pandemic set off deadly rise in speeding that hasn't stopped

Aug 09, 2021
Read more about Pandemic set off deadly rise in speeding that hasn't stopped
Read more about Pandemic set off deadly rise in speeding that hasn't stopped
Motorists put the pedal to the metal during the pandemic and police are worried as roads get busy with the final stretch of summer travel.
Read more about Hydrogen-powered vehicles: A realistic path to clean energy?
Read more about Hydrogen-powered vehicles: A realistic path to clean energy?

Hydrogen-powered vehicles: A realistic path to clean energy?

Aug 13, 2021
Read more about Hydrogen-powered vehicles: A realistic path to clean energy?
Read more about Hydrogen-powered vehicles: A realistic path to clean energy?
Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, is increasingly viewed, along with electric vehicles, as one way to slow the environmentally destructive impact of the planet’s 1.2 billion vehicles, most of which burn gasoline and diesel fuel.
Read more about Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the busiest in years
Read more about Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the busiest in years

Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the busiest in years

Aug 09, 2021
Read more about Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the busiest in years
Read more about Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the busiest in years
Law enforcement officials say the first few days of this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally have been among the busiest they've seen.
Read more about Electrify America to double EV charging stations by 2025
Read more about Electrify America to double EV charging stations by 2025

Electrify America to double EV charging stations by 2025

Jul 14, 2021
Read more about Electrify America to double EV charging stations by 2025
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Electrify America, an electric vehicle charging network funded with money paid by Volkswagen as punishment for its emissions cheating scandal, says it plans to more than double its number of charging stations throughout the United States and Canada. The expansion will include 1,800 fast-charging stations and 10,000 individual chargers to be installed by 2025 and is part of Electrify America's previous commitment to invest $2 billion over 10 years on EV infrastructure, education and access in the U.S.
Read more about US probing Autopilot problems on 765,000 Tesla vehicles
Read more about US probing Autopilot problems on 765,000 Tesla vehicles

US probing Autopilot problems on 765,000 Tesla vehicles

Aug 16, 2021
Read more about US probing Autopilot problems on 765,000 Tesla vehicles
Read more about US probing Autopilot problems on 765,000 Tesla vehicles
The U.S. government has opened a formal investigation into Tesla's Autopilot partially automated driving system after a series of collisions with parked emergency vehicles.