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China Cuts Taxes On EVs

China eliminates taxes for commercial EVs. EV owners feel unfairly targeted by Georgia road use fee, and threaten to sue. Sources say Tesla will allow hacking of a Model S at Def Con in August.

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The US Department of Transportation has decided to extend its regulatory supervision over General Motors for an additional year. The government agency believes that the oversight is a proactive way to address possible safety defects.

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Fatalities among motorcyclists are projected to fall to 4,584 once all of the 2014 numbers are tallied, marking the second consecutive year deaths have decreased.

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Three unnamed insiders have revealed that Takata changed its airbag inflator propellant in 2008 following a recall by Honda. The company's internal testing of inflators from recalled models shows hundreds of ruptures, as well.

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Meet The $1M Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR) Program

Connecticut's new $1-million CHEAPR EV incentive offers up to $3,000 for new plug-in and hydrogen vehicles, but one popular PHEV won't qualify for max amount.

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NHTSA and the US Department of Transportation are holding a public hearing on July 2 into FCA US' response to 20 recalls from between 2013 and 2015. The Feds are also requiring the automaker to submit detailed documents about each of these campaigns by June 1.

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Oregon Looking For Replacement For Gas Tax

Oregon's new OreGo is the first-in-the-nation program that will charge car owners not for the fuel they use, but for the miles they drive.

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In Copyright Dispute, GM Attorney Says Customers Just License Vehicle Use

Buy a General Motors vehicle lately? Check the fine print. The company says you may not own some parts of the vehicle that actually make it run.

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Dannel Malloy Looks In NSTAR Settlement Fund For Money

Connecticut Governor Malloy wants to use money from a settlement fund to support EV purchases in the Nutmeg State.

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Copyright Office Floats Possibility Of Compromise In Hearings

By allowing vehicle security researchers to hack cars and publish details of their exploits, federal officials said they feared they could encourage people with malicious intent to infiltrate vehicles.

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The Michigan State Police recently caught a 21-year-old man in a 2005 Dodge Magnum doing 153 miles per hour on I-75 early in the morning.

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It's One Way To Make The Driver Engage

To make its auto-passing system work with insurance liability in the real world, Tesla might force drivers to switch on their turn signal to activate the autonomous tech.

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Takata is launching a huge expansion of its inflator recall in the US to cover an estimated 33.8 million vehicles.

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Arguments On Digital Millennium Copyright Act Exemptions Begin Shortly

Car owners and independent mechanics will soon learn more on whether copyright laws could hinder their ability to repair and modify vehicles.

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Bill That Would Help Lyft, Uber Also Stymied

A piece of legislation that would allow Tesla to sell vehicles in Texas did not make it to the full chamber. This is now unlikely to pass this year.

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A fight that broke out on Sunday at a chain sports bar in Waco, Texas, killed nine members of the biker gangs involved, injured a further 18 and left the remaining 192 in police custody.

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Oil will be priced well under $100 a barrel for the next decade because of higher supplies, OPEC predicts.

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State Offers As Much As $6,000 In EV Perks

Colorado may have a loophole allowing for used electric vehicles to generate government incentive.

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Apple has come to an undisclosed settlement with battery firm A123 Systems for allegedly poaching five of the company's employees. The workers were allegedly hired to work on Apple's car project.

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Just The Latest In A String Of Reports Trying To Understand The American Mind

The US Department of Transportation reported that in February 2015 Americans drove 221.1 billion miles, the second-highest February total ever and the biggest jump in 11 years.

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Bill Goes Into Effect Oct. 1 With A Four-Dealership Maximum For Tesla

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signs bill into law allowing Tesla Motors direct-to-consumer sales.

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