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Bridgestone Launches Ecopia EP422 Plus Tire

ITM Power will build new and upgrade old hydrogen stations in the UK. Georgia House and Senate pass bill that would end the state's EV tax credits. Bridgestone launches the Ecopia EP422 Plus fuel-saving tire.

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Auto parts supplier Bosch has agreed to pay a $57.8 million criminal fine to the Department of Justice for bid rigging and price fixing of spark plugs, oxygen sensors and starter motors.

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State Has Paid Out $14 Million Since 1998

Illinois will end its government rebate program for buyers of plug-in vehicles.

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It seems not everyone is coping with Jeremy Clarkson's firing all that well, as a (likely delusional) fan emailed a death threat to the head of the BBC.

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Subaru released a statement Monday saying it doesn't agree with any laws that promote discrimination.

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Fuel Choice And Deregulation Act Would Help E15

Formula E will use a shortened version of the traditional Monaco circuit. Automakers and others argue that plug-in hybrids could increase overall electric miles more than pure battery electric vehicles. Senators Rand Paul and Chuck Grassley author bill to help E15.

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Supreme Court Examines Free-Speech Case That Could Open Vehicular Floodgates

Texas won't let a group of Confederate supporters have a specialty license plate. An upcoming decision from the Supreme Court in that case could have unforeseen implications.

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The FIA held its hearing over the cocaine derivative found in Franck Montagny's system at the Formula E race in Malaysia last November, banning him from racing for two years.

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The Georgia Senate approves Tesla's direct-sales model, but at a maximum of five stores in the state. West Virginia says 'no' to any direct sales by any car company.

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Uber offices in The Netherlands are raided twice in a week when the ridesharing company ignores a Dutch judge's order to shut down its UberPOP service.

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An Illinois state representative proposes a $5,000 fine for any drivers who tamper with the EPA-mandated emissions equipment on their diesel-engined vehicles so they can do what's called "Rolling Coal."

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Aston Martin is suing Henrik Fisker in US District Court for allegedly violating its intellectual property. The automaker claims that the design of the Thunderbolt uses too many of the company's own design cues.

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Jeremy Clarkson will not face charges for assaulting producer Oisin Tymon, after he decided not to file charges with North Yorkshire police.

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It's Baaaaaaack

The DOE has revived the ATVMP loan program and will hand out the first $259 million loan agreement to Alcoa to make aluminum for lighter, cleaner cars.

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The Federal Trade Commission is wrapping up its so-called Operation Ruse Control, which went after car dealers for deceptive advertising and other types of fraud. It resulted in 252 enforcement actions and six cases for the FTC.

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Agency Announces Automakers Are Ahead In GHG Emissions Game

For the 2013 model year (and the second year in a row), the auto industry is making cars that are 1.4 mpg cleaner than the regulations say they need to be right now.

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For reasons we can't begin to comprehend, a Chinese automaker has decided to copy the lowly Kia Picanto.

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Ars Technica Shows How LPR Data Can Be Used To Discern Daily Habits

In response to a public-records request, the Oakland Police Department released 4.6 million records from its license-plate readers. Here's what they show.

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The transport policy of the UK's Green Party wants to discourage motorcycle, car, and SUV use through fees and strict legislation, such as by putting speed limiters on high-powered motorcycles.

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Central Valley Politico Also Proposes Boosting Rebate To $3,500

California state senator proposes $40,000 price cap on rebate-eligible electric vehicles.

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One Illinois man probably wishes he had listened to his fellow restaurant patrons before he got behind the wheel while drunk and collided head on with another car. Watch the incident unfold on video.

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