'The public has a right to see all the facts,' says CARB.
Bill would add eight lanes to two existing highways where drivers could go WOT.
This isn't the seller's only unique license plate for sale.
UC Davis says ZEV registration fees aren't enough to fund road repairs.
CARB says it'll be equivalent to taking 4 million cars off the road.
He used it to evacuate patients in California wildfires.
Automakers are urging a compromise on nationwide emissions rules.
These scenes are chilling to watch.
It's an expansion of driverless tests company has been doing in Arizona.
California could add thousands of dollars in incentives for electric cars
CARB wants standards to rise through 2025.
It could increase U.S. oil consumption by 500,000 barrels per day.
A PCH convoy will have one car from every year dating back to 1934.
California wouldn't be able to set stricter standards.
After years in development, California is finally rolling out its digital license plate pilot program. Drivers can purchase and install plate that uses the same E Ink screen technology as an Amazon Kindle or various wearables. The new digital display was developed by Reviver Auto and replaces a traditional stamped plate. It's available for both consumer and commercial vehicles, though at a considerable cost.
Apple has more than doubled the number of its self-driving cars, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has confirmed. Since obtaining a permit to test autonomous vehicles, Apple's fleet size has steadily risen – from a scant three test cars, to 27 in January, and now, 55 intelligent machines. Should the program remain on course, consumers could be chilling out in the driver's seat by 2019.
U.S. President Donald Trump is meeting 10 major automakers at the White House on Friday to discuss the fate of landmark fuel efficiency standards and a looming confrontation with California and other major states.
In early April, California's new rules that allow automakers, tech giants and just about anybody to test fully driverless cars on its roads finally took effect. But before those companies can realize their ride-hailing robot taxi ambitions, they have to wait for the state to adopt a proposal issued by the California Public Utilities Commission. The public utility regulator's proposed rules would allow autonomous vehicles to give rides to the public as part of a pilot program – that is, so
Automakers can now start testing fully driverless cars on California's roads. According to the state DMV's new regulations that became effective on April 2nd, it can now issue three types of autonomous vehicle testing permits. The first kind is the original one it approved years ago, which needs a driver behind the wheel, while the other two could pave the way for the release of Level 4 to 5 autonomous vehicles. See, the second type of permit it can dole out will allow automakers to test fully d