Denmark could end its tax-exempt status for EVs at the end of the year, and the change could more than double the cost of the green vehicles there.
NHTSA is closing an investigation into 4.7 million power modules in FCA vehicles and found no need for a recall in them.
An officer in Medford, MA, is on administrative leave after video of him threatening the life of a driver during a traffic stop went viral this week.
A Superior Court judge in Georgia has reduced the damages Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be ordered to pay to the family of Remington Walden, who died three years ago in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire.
So Far, 2015 Is Setting The Record
Low gas prices mean that US drivers put more miles on their cars in 2015 than ever before. 987.8 billion miles in the first four months, to be exact.
The Senate and House are moving toward a showdown over a must-pass transportation bill this week. Highway aid payments to states could stop.
Fuels America, Poet, VoteVets Rally The Troops
Pro-ethanol groups have delivered over 250,000 signatures to the EPA asking for a strong final rule in the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Democratic Presidential Nominee Candidate Aims High In Green Energy Plan
Hillary Clinton laid out elements of a sweeping plan Monday that would see every US home powered by renewable energy by 2027.
Program Mandated By FCA's Consent Order With Feds
Certain car owners whose Chrysler vehicles contain dangerous defects will soon have a way to get rid of their lemons without losing money.
Fine Would Start At $75 Plus A Tow
Illinois may enact a bill that would fines conventional vehicle drivers who park in electric-vehicle spots.
State Pays To Push Fleet Further Towards Zero Emissions
California funds $1.6 million to Los Angeles for low-income plug-in vehicle carsharing program.
ProPublica has put together a very deep look at the past, present, and future of the federal gas tax, and why it hasn't been increased since 1993. The article is a fantastic read.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reportedly levy a $105 million fine against Fiat Chrysler Automotive over lapses in the reporting and handling of recalls and safety defects.
NHTSA has opened an investigation into the airbag inflators of a second supplier, amid concerns that age may be playing a part in reports of bad inflators.
Plus: GM Makes A Billion, Infiniti Reveals Q30, And Ford Adds 2016 F-150 Limited Trim
We curate the week's events with a focus on hacking in the automotive industry. Plus, other news and notes from around the biz.
NHTSA Opens Investigation Into Cyber Vulnerabilities
The federal agency charged with protecting American motorists wants to know more about how hackers remotely commandeered and controlled a Jeep Cherokee.
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating General Motors for allegedly selling certified pre-owned cars without having completed pending recall repairs.
Toyota's Top Female Executive Out Amid Drug Allegations
Embattled former Toyota executive Julie Hamp was released from police custody in Japan following her June drug arrest.
Senators Want The EPA To Up The Amount Of The Biofuel In The RFS
A group of 36 Senators are pushing for the Environmental Protection Agency to increase the proposed volume of biodiesel under the revised Renewable Fuel Standard.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has publicly offered Aston Martin use of a military facility in Wales in order to handle assembly of the new DBX crossover within the UK instead of Alabama.
NHTSA Official: Breach Is "First Example Of What's To Come"
A cyber-security gap that allowed for the remote hacking of a Jeep Cherokee has federal officials concerned.
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