Self-driving guidelines picked apart
Let’s cut off phones in the car
Trump's auto team comes together
Trump's pick of Wilbur Ross to head Commerce puts a powerful auto industry investor in a role where he will influence trade talks and the U.S. business climate. But Ross' business moves have not been purely Trumpian.
Ford recalls 650,000 Fusions, Lincoln MKZs in N.A. to fix seat belts
VW's penance for cheating takes shape with California wish list
California's regulator that played a key role in busting Volkswagen for cheating on emissions tests laid out a detailed list of options for how the automaker will have to spend $800 million toward advancing cars that don't pollute the air.
Safety groups challenge NHTSA on automatic-braking pact
Auto safety and consumer advocacy groups have sued the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a bid to force the agency to decide whether to require automatic braking systems on all new light vehicles.
EPA jolts industry, affirms CO2 standardsUPDATED: 11/30/16 4:09 pm ET - adds details
The EPA proposed to leave in place its greenhouse gas emissions standards for light vehicles through the 2025 model year, a quicker-than-expected move that shocked auto industry officials and set up a major fight between the industry and regulators.
GM details self-driving vehicle system in U.S. letter
GM's semi-autonomous "Super Cruise" system will allow drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel for extended periods, but will stop the vehicle automatically if drivers are not attentive, according to a government letter made public on Monday.
Primer for the new president, if only he would listen
Make America's roads great again
NHTSA targets smartphones, app developers to curb driver distractionUPDATED: 11/23/16 12:13 pm ET - adds reactions
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today issued new voluntary guidelines aimed at curbing driver distraction from cell phones and other portable devices, extending the department's reach to tech firms and app developers.