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Today in DIY traffic design.

Neighbors took matters into their own hands to stop cars from running stop signs.

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Today in stupid driving.

Today in stupid driving.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce accuses Trump of "poison pill proposals"

Trade experts say the NAFTA talks are likely to stall in the face of aggressive U.S. attempts to sharply increase content requirements for autos and auto parts.

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The gap will continue to widen, according to a market forecast.

The gap will continue to widen, according to a market forecast.

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He's facing more than $1,200 in total fines. Seriously, put the phone down.

Plus he gets some online shaming.

The rules of origin about U.S. content are a huge sticking point.

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The administration could push a U.S.-content carveout for vehicles, one of a couple of things automakers are against.

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Standards are part of broader emissions-reduction effort.

Canada government sets 2018 to outline mandate for electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and fuel cell cars.

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They were doing 30 mph or more.

A rare and beautiful sight.

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First sign of trouble, 2 hours into journey: They spotted a huge crack.

Wanna go out fer a rip there bud?

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That Model S P100D probably still won't qualify.

Ontario provincial government lifts price cap on electric vehicles that qualify for bigger rebate, effectively making most Teslas eligible.

In what is surely the most Canadian thing to ever happen, an Alberta man drove his Zamboni home from work earlier this week and stopped into Tim Hortons for a little pick-me-up for the drive. According to CBC, Jesse Myshak was working on his recently purchased Zamboni at his workplace in Stony Plain, Alberta on Tuesday. He bought the big machine to resurface his backyard ice rink, a fact that is delightfully Canadian in its own right, and after tinkering with it all day it was ready for action.

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Winter is coming, straight through your windshield.

A man and his wife got a nasty, wintry surprise this week when a chunk of snow fell from a semitrailer and shattered their car's windshield on a Canadian freeway.

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Cue "Yakkety Sax"

Without fail, the first snow of the season takes drivers completely by surprise.

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This is patently cruel and unusual punishment.

And we thought Canadians were nice.

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The province aims to have 100,000 plug-ins on its roads by 2020.

Quebec will fund plug-in vehicle rebates and charging-station grants to spur EV, PHEV sales.

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If you smell gas inside the cabin of your BMW, you might have a problem.

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A car didn’t work out, so Apple’s heading North to build its own system.

Apple's grabbing software engineers in the North from QNX.

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We sit down with Gisli Gislason, Mike Elwood, and John Gordon.

These three guys sure think so.