Speed cameras have dipped below the surface of the news cycle, yet the programs often remain a nuisance. New Orleans resident Donald Schultz provides the latest example of municipal malfeasance: A speed camera has issued at least ten speeding citations since 2011 to the Nissan Frontier that Schultz parks in front of his house. A car doing more than the posted 35-mph limit triggers the camera, located in the median of Canal Boulevard, but the camera reads the stationary Frontier's license plate i
Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales was caught doing 102 miles per hour on the A11 motorway near the carmaker's Hethel HQ.
Elon Musk never disclosed the investigation to investors. It ended without enforcement action.
Volkswagen, whose diesel-emissions scandal broke in September 2015, pleads guilty in a US District Court to obstruction of justice and conspiracy.
European Union arm tests Audi's A3 diesels and finds double the legal limit of nitrogen oxides were emitted.
VW agreed to $16 billion in civil fines from US Justice Department, but it will fight criminal charges in the diesel scandal.
Tesla drivers say the $6,000 payoff isn't enough, while Tesla says it's been accurate with horsepower figures.
Automakers, the oil industry, and unions took issue with California's proposed increase in electric vehicles.
A new hire warned 20 company execs, including senior officials from the company's performance testing department, about the mileage issue in 2005.
Tesla reportedly reaches a settlement with Northern California owner of a Model X thanks to the state's lemon law.
Tesla is alleged to operate illegally out of shopping mall by Virginia dealers group.
A group called SAFE argues that autonomous driving is good for national security, in addition to just greening up the transportation system.
Louisiana case involving casket sales may help Tesla take its distribution legal battle to the feds.
Volkswagen's deadline to come up with 'fix' for diesel emissions issues was set in late February.
Virginia dealership association says Tesla can't open its second state store until at least next year.
A British man is a guest of Her Majesty's prisons after being sentenced to four years for stealing a Porsche Boxster, taping himself driving it, and crashing.
British police remind their countrymen that self-balancing scooters are banned under a 180 year old law.
NHTSA could hand out significant fines or even make Fiat Chrysler buy back unrepaired vehicles as part of company's mishandling of recall proceedings.