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Lockdown-weary Americans hit the road to beaches for holiday weekend

Traffic could even surpass levels before the coronavirus lockdown

Passenger car travel in U.S. beach counties has more than doubled since Easter, according to data by transportation analytics company StreetLight Data. "That's an indication that part of the reason why people are on the move is to go somewhere nice and summery," StreetLight Data Chief Executive Laura Schewel said. While U.S. traffic is still down some 50%, road use has more than tripled since its low point during Easter, when more than 90% of the U.S. population was under some form of lockdown

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Stainless steel Ford Model 38, Thunderbird and Lincoln Continental headed to auction

Partnership with Allegheny Ludlum yielded three unforgettable models

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2020 New York International Auto Show officially canceled

NYIAS will not take place in August after all

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Acura NSX, a pair of 2 Series Gran Coupes and a time machine | Autoblog Podcast #628

Plus the updated 2020 Honda Civic Si

Plus the updated 2020 Honda Civic Si

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Win a McLaren GT and $20,000 cold hard cash

Because a supercar with a top speed of 203 mph just isn't enough

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Tesla offers unpaid leave to plant workers nervous about coronavirus

It comes after Tesla drops its lawsuit against Alameda County over its shutdown order

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2020 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio exhaust is just as good as you hoped

Even with a few off notes, it still has a great set of pipes

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