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New Bill Mandates All New Cars Have ‘Automatic Speed Limit’ Devices

There’s a new bill to keep an eye on. The National Transportation Safety Bureau (NTSB) urged seventeen automakers to install intelligent speed-assistance technology in all new vehicles that, at a minimum, warns a driver when the vehicle is speeding.  The NTSB stated that the bureau needs intelligent speed assistance technology and countermeasures including interlock program […]

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Controversial Tesla Cybertruck is a DISASTROUS Vanity Project

The 2024 Cybertruck is possibly the most polarizing and most unique new vehicle on the market today. Sharp edges and acute angles along with an ultra-durable stainless steel exterior make for a truck like none other before it. Look at all the hype on the new cybertruck! They can’t stop bragging about how resistant it

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NHTSA Wants your feedback on its mandated kill switches

NHTSA (National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration) wants your feedback on its mandated ‘kill switches’ coming to all vehicles in 2026. We covered a story regarding the Biden-approved 2021 infrastructure bill that holds Section 24220 regarding a requirement for automakers to begin including a “vehicle kill switch” within the operating software of new cars that’s

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National Transportation Safety Board WANT Speed Limiters in Cars

We have played this game before. And we have won. Now it’s time to play it once more and we need your support! The NTSB urged 17 automakers to install intelligent speed-assistance technology in all new vehicles that, at a minimum, warn a driver when the vehicle is speeding. The National Transportation Safety Bureau (NTSB)

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New Study Reveals Cheapest Area in US To Purchase a Used Car — Is It Worth the Trip?

By Vance CariagaMon, October 23, 2023 at 8:35 AM EDT They might not realize it, but people in Burlington (Vermont), Norfolk (Virginia), Nashville (Tennessee), St. Louis (Missouri) and Milwaukee (Wisconsin) have something in common: They all live within about 470 miles of Cleveland, Ohio. This means they’re within range of how far the average American

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Automaker group says EPA’s proposed automobile emissions guidelines are unachievable

The new proposed requirements from the EPA implies that electric vehicles (EV) would make up greater than half of new-vehicle gross sales by the 2030 model year and two-thirds by 2032. It would mark a large leap from the present car markets. EVs currently account for 7% of U.S. light-vehicle registrations within the first quarter

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Most Drivers Fear Self-Driving Cars

Drivers are increasingly unsure about autonomous technology in cars. They fear the car taking control away from them and prefer to drive themselves. A recent AAA automated vehicle survey show that while there is still a high level of interest in partially-automated vehicle technology, attitudes toward fully self-driving vehicles have become increasingly apprehensive. Consumers like

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China’s BAN on Rare Earth: The Major Shifts Coming to the EV Industry

China is mulling a new export ban on rare earth magnets, as the United States plans to push a sweeping set of rules, calling for over half of all passenger cars sold in the country to be electric by 2032. Are the two countries on a collision course? And as the United States works to

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Tesla finally agrees to open its charging network to all EVs in US for $7.5B

The Biden administration announced new standards for expanding the national electric vehicle (EV) charging network in order to encourage widespread EV adoption by providing a “predictable” user experience. All charging stations will soon be required to adopt the same connector types, payment methods, and data privacy assurances. These new standards have pushed Tesla, for the first time, to make

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