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Electronic Driving Systems Don't Always Work, Tests Show

Electronic Driving Systems Don't Always Work, Tests Show

By Tom Krisher | Nov 16
Testing by AAA shows that electronic driver assist systems on the road today may not keep vehicles in their lanes or spot stationary objects in time to avoid a crash.

Volkswagen to Devote 3 German Plants to Electric Car Push

Volkswagen to Devote 3 German Plants to Electric Car Push

Nov 15
German automaker Volkswagen will convert three factories in Germany to manufacture electric cars, ramping up production of zero-local emission cars ahead of tougher European emissions standards, the company said Wednesday.

NASCAR's Culture of Cheating Unmasked During Playoffs

NASCAR's Culture of Cheating Unmasked During Playoffs

By Jenna Fryer | Nov 9
The credo in NASCAR has always been "If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'," and that has never changed despite series effort to keep things on the up-and-up.

Here's How Your Car Model and Make Affect Your Car Insurance

Here's How Your Car Model and Make Affect Your Car Insurance

Nov 8
While the kind of car you drive isn't the only factor, it can have a huge impact on the insurance payments you will need to make. We're going to walk you through the factors that can drastically change how much you pay for car insurance.

Edmunds: How to Make Your Car's Safety Features Work for You

Edmunds: How to Make Your Car's Safety Features Work for You

By Brent Romans | Nov 7
The latest vehicles have safety features that can help prevent an accident in the first place. A potential problem, however, is that drivers aren't fully ready for them.

Toyota quarterly profit rises on growing sales, cost cuts

Toyota quarterly profit rises on growing sales, cost cuts

By Yuri Kageyama | Nov 6
Toyota Motor Corp. reported a 28 percent surge in the last quarter on growing sales in Europe, Asia and the Americas and cost cutting. It raised its profit forecast for the full year.

Edmunds: How to Shave Hours Off Your Next Dealership Visit

Edmunds: How to Shave Hours Off Your Next Dealership Visit

By Matt Jones | Nov 2
Most of the time that a buyer spends at a dealership results from the lags between the buying stages and in the completion of the paperwork. But with a little preparation and a plan, you can shave hours off the process.

Google Spinoff to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

Google Spinoff to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

By Michael Liedtke | Nov 1
The robotic car company created by Google is poised to attempt a major technological leap in California, where its vehicles will hit the roads without a human on hand to take control in emergencies.

Volkswagen Profit Rises Despite Emissions Certification Woes

Volkswagen Profit Rises Despite Emissions Certification Woes

Oct 31
Volkswagen saw net profit more than double in the third quarter even as sales fell due to delays certifying vehicles for new emissions tests.

Florida Man Sues Tesla Over Autopilot Feature, Crash

Florida Man Sues Tesla Over Autopilot Feature, Crash

By Mike Schneider | Oct 31
A Tesla spokeswoman says there's no reason to believe an autopilot feature in a Model S vehicle malfunctioned, despite a Florida driver's claims in a lawsuit.

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