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State has set its own emissions standards since 1970

EPA head Scott Pruitt was thought to be eliminating California's emissions waiver, but the Golden State's right to set its own mandates remains in place.

"If EPA acts to weaken or delay the current standards for model years 2022-25, like California, we intend to vigorously pursue appropriate legal remedies to block such action."

Regulators want to know if the company formerly known as Otto has been testing illegally.

Uber says the trucks only test driver assist tech in California.

Pilot program could begin in San Diego this year.

CARB wants to encourage lower-income buyers to choose EVs.

BMW, General Motors lead the charge

Zero-emissions vehicles accounted for about 3.5 percent of California new-vehicle sales last year, or almost half the state's mandated goal for 2025.

The hydrogen-fueled extender adds 125 miles of range.

UPS will start testing an electric truck with a hydrogen fuel-cell range-extender in Sacramento by the end of September.

EV owners will pay a $100 annual fee in lieu of gas taxes.

The average California motorist will see transportation costs rise by about $10 a month.

Apple suggested a series of changes "so that rapid technology development may be realized while ensuring the safety of the traveling public."

Michigan site raises more cash, California raises more objections.

Michigan raises another $15 million for its self-driving testing plant in Ypsilanti, while automakers push California regulators to ease autonomous testing regulations.

"Nobody should go through what this rider reported to police," Uber says.

Apple seems to be interested in autonomous tech, not building their own car.

The company will be using the 2015 Lexus RX540h as a test car.

Golden State has the largest US contingent of plug-in vehicle owners

California looks to raise money for road repairs by enacting both one-time and annual fees for plug-in vehicles.

There goes the notion of a nationwide emissions standard in America.

"What were you thinking when you threw yourselves on the mercy of the Trump administration to solve your problems?" asked Mary Nichols, head of CARB.

Chevron reaches out to mysterious figure who tended a shrine in the night

I'm not crying! You're crying!

A judge raised the award from $12 million.

California is updating its regulations on vehicle testing.

Fully autonomous rides, for free.

MOAR Bikes company created an electric foldable all-terrain bike. eBIke uses a Samsung 48V lithium battery and can do 25 miles on a single charge.

The list of automakers that can test their self-driving cars in California is getting less and less exclusive by the minute.

California's Next Thing Co. created Dashbot your personal AI for your car.

Utilities tout more chargers at California homes and businesses

Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, and San Diego Gas & Electric each submitted funding needs and plans for more charging stations.

The California DMV recently revoked the company's vehicle registrations.

Honda has been selling the hydrogen cars in Japan since March.

Look for them at H2 stations all over the state.

New project will receive state and city funding.

100 electric vehicles will come to the Los Angeles neighborhoods that need them the most.

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