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'Necessity': Those in U.S. Illegally Push for License to Drive

'Necessity': Those in U.S. Illegally Push for License to Drive

By Claudia Torrens and Michael Hill | Apr 9
In New York and elsewhere, the idea of extending new privileges to those without legal immigration status has been resisted. But a renewed push across the country to allow them to get driver's licenses resonates strongly.

Nissan Shareholders OK Ouster of Ex-Chair Ghosn from Board

Nissan Shareholders OK Ouster of Ex-Chair Ghosn from Board

By Yuri Kageyama | Apr 8
Nissan's shareholders ousted the automaker's former chairman Carlos Ghosn from its board on Monday, seeking to shut the door on an era capped by scandal.

Dolly Parton Makes NASCAR Debut as Sponsor at Bristol

Dolly Parton Makes NASCAR Debut as Sponsor at Bristol

Apr 8
Tyler Reddick had his own "Hello, Dolly" moment when he saw his pink and white race car at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Slaying Puts Focus on Ride-Hailing Safety, Fake Drivers

Slaying Puts Focus on Ride-Hailing Safety, Fake Drivers

By Tammy Webber | Apr 7
Law enforcement agencies and ride-hailing companies intensifying efforts to warn passengers against getting in without checking to ensure both the vehicle and driver are legitimate.

EU Says BMW, Daimler, VW Colluded to Limit Emissions Tech

EU Says BMW, Daimler, VW Colluded to Limit Emissions Tech

Apr 5
European Union authorities said Friday that German automakers BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen colluded to limit the development of emissions-cleaning technology in cars.

Tesla's Production, Deliveries Fall in the 1st Quarter

Tesla's Production, Deliveries Fall in the 1st Quarter

Apr 4
Tesla's assembly lines slowed and deliveries fell during a rocky start to the new year that is likely to magnify nagging doubts about the company's ability to post sustained profits.

Ford Hopes Revamped Escape Can Recapture Lost SUV Buyers

Ford Hopes Revamped Escape Can Recapture Lost SUV Buyers

By Tom Krisher | Apr 3
In the auto industry, it's pretty well known that if you don't revamp your vehicles every few years, buyers will flee to companies with newer models.

In A First, Electric Cars Outsell Traditional Ones in Norway

In A First, Electric Cars Outsell Traditional Ones in Norway

Apr 2
In a symbolic first, electric cars outsold fossil fuel-powered ones in Norway last month.

Investors Hitch A Ride on Lyft's IPO at $72 A Share

Investors Hitch A Ride on Lyft's IPO at $72 A Share

By Cathy Bussewitz and Michael Liedtke | Mar 29
Lyft had little trouble getting investors to hop on board its increasingly popular ride-hailing service, as its initial public offering fetched a $72 per-share price that exceeded even its own expectations.

Edmunds: What A Truck's Off-Road Package Really Gets You

Edmunds: What A Truck's Off-Road Package Really Gets You

By Jason Kavanaugh | Mar 29
You'll commonly see trucks with huge stickers portraying alphanumeric monikers followed by the words "Off-Road Package." But what do they mean?

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