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EU Bullies 7 countries on car pollution, wants more taxes and regulations

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If the EU cares so much about the environment, they why aren’t they banning oil-based fuel and forcefully adopt water-based engines?? Because they don’t care! They couldn’t give a small tiny piece of sh*t about the environment or about YOU, the citizen! Basically its all about 2 things: making billions in taxes and destroying our industry while helping the third world, so they can... 

Los Angeles Suffers ‘World's Worst Traffic Jam’ Ahead of Holiday

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As millions of Americans begin their travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, motorists in Southern California who left early, in hopes of beating the rush, ended up in what is being called the “world’s worst traffic jam.” Footage of the miles-long gridlock traffic on the I-405 freeway, taken by an ABC News helicopter, was posted to social media, along with a joke about how the cars appeared to... 

Ford Promises to Bring Jobs Back to USA After Secret Meeting with Trump

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The CEO of Ford Motor Company, Bill Ford, announced today that he and Trump had a top secret meeting in Trump Tower after Trump relentlessly attacked Ford for moving their small car production to Mexico. Ford told the media, “I’ve had a very good meeting with him. He’s a very good listener and he knows the facts.” But the good news does not end there! Moments after revealing their secret meeting... 

First Autopilot Car Death Casts Doubt on Driverless Future

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US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched an investigation into the first fatal car crash involving a Tesla autopilot Model S. The automaker said in a statement on Tuesday that NHTSA is opening a preliminary evaluation into the performance of autopilot during the crash that may influence the future of the driverless cars. The accident that killed Tesla driver Joshua Brown... 

Volkswagen faces $48 billion in fines in US

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The US Justice Department has filed a lawsuit estimated to worth $48 billion against German automaker Volkswagen for violating environmental laws. Germany’s leading automaker Volkswagen – that has hit a controversy over an emission control mechanism scandal for four months now – could face up to $48 billion for allegedly violating environmental laws by the US Justice Department. Reuters reported... 

Dutch driving instructors can trade lessons for sex, despite being a wealthy nation

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Driving instructors in the Netherlands can legally trade driving lessons for sex despite being a wealthy nation where its citizens can easily afford to pay the driving lessons with money, government ministers have confirmed. While prostitution is legal in the Netherlands, this controversial form of exchanging sex for services has recently been a hot topic for debate: Some novice drivers have been... 

3 European automakers build factories in Iran instead of East-EU

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Three automakers from Sweden, Germany and France will resume operations in Iran when a July nuclear accord goes into effect, instead of moving to impoverished East-EU states to support their economy. Iran is also in talks with Italian and Japanese carmakers for cooperation but they still have to reach an agreement, he told reporters on the sidelines of an Iran-Finland trade forum in Tehran on Tuesday. “We... 

Ford Focus car now snitches on its driver after hit-and-run

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Reminding us of the lesson of Dave in “2001: A Space Odyssey”, never trust the onboard computer. A Florida driver got shopped to the police by her own car after she left the scene of an accident in Port Saint Lucie. Cathy Bernstein’s Ford Focus has the sometimes-useful, always-creepy 911 Assist feature which sends the car’s location to authorities and uses your phone to connect... 

Volkswagen Finds New Fuel Consumption Fault

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Volkswagen has uncovered yet another software problem affecting its vehicles’ fuel consumption. Volkswagen has uncovered yet another software problem affecting its vehicles’ fuel consumption, German media reported Thursday, adding to a massive pollution cheating scandal that has engulfed the auto giant. “Volkswagen has new software problems, including one that has a direct impact... 

Four More Carmakers Join Diesel Emissions Row

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Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi’s cars are shown to emit significantly more NOx pollution on the road than in regulatory tests. Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi have joined the growing list of manufacturers whose diesel cars are known to emit significantly more pollution on the road than in regulatory tests, according to data obtained by the Guardian. In more realistic on-road... 

Elon Musk unveils Tesla Model X, his safest, most feature-packed vehicle yet

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Elon Musk has unveiled his latest auto creation. Tesla appears to finally be staking its claim in the world of fast cars, with a monster electric SUV that is not only the safest ever built, but can do 0 to 60 in just over three seconds. That is without mentioning all the things that make this new line appear as though it’s arrived straight from the future, like the intelligent ‘falcon doors’... 

Brazilian invents Motorbike that Drives 500 kms with just 1 Liter of Water

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A Brazilian man, Ricardo Azevedo from Sao Paulo, has shown off his wonder bike to the world. The magic machine can travel up to 500 kilometers on a liter of water. The so-called “T Power H20” vehicle is powered by water and an external car battery to produce electricity and split the hydrogen from the water molecules. As a result, combustion is created giving the motorbike the impetus to move. In... 

Chrysler recalls 1.4 million vehicles amid hacking fears

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Giant car maker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has recalled some 1.4 million vehicles amid concerns about a flaw that could expose them to hacking attacks. The US-Italian company made the announcement on Friday, less than a week after hackers demonstrated that they can easily take over the systems of vehicles made by the world’s seventh-largest car manufacturer. The safety recall was issued after... 

Opel recalls more than 47,000 to fix glitch

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The German-based vehicle manufacturing company, Opel, has recalled more than 47,000 of its family-sized cars. On Thursday, Opel cited making repairs to the electrically-operated hatchback doors of the Insignia vehicle as the reason for the recall. Opel said in a statement that the flaw can lead to the door suddenly falling shut. The recall affects models from 2009 to 2015. The Insignia, available... 

Robot kills a man at Volkswagen plant

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A machine on an assembly line grabbed a worker and thrust him against a metal slab, causing lethal injuries. The tragedy occurred at a plant belonging to German automaker Volkswagen (VW) in Baunatal, on Monday. A 21 year old man, who is not an employee of the plant, was assembling the robot for a new motor production line, according to the Local.de. His Meissen-based company had built the machine... 
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