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One way to solve emission problems

Tailpipe emissions are unwanted externalities. If you think about it, it is rather uncivilized to just pour out emissions. It is like littering, but much, much worse.

Driverless cars? Count me out

I read Keith Crain's Oct. 17 comment, "Industry is crazy over technology." One factor you never hear mentioned is driver/enthusiast rejection of driverless vehicles.

Tesla's strategy and the free market

Whether Tesla succeeds or fails with its strategy should be of no concern to any dealer network.

A perfect spot to test autonomous cars

Perhaps we need a new Convergence on autonomous vehicles.

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Why would we not want to be No. 1?

Amid all the arguments, pro and con, about various trade deals, there were those who felt that the deals would raise the wages of the downtrodden around the world.

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Welcome skepticism on autonomous cars

Spending money now on such things would move the goal posts for justifying Level 4 and Level 5 autonomous vehicles against human drivers even further into the future.

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Prepare for the shift to electrification

Does Donald Trump really believe he can take America back to the steam age and save jobs? The business and job risks of electrification are totally against him.

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Premium luxury requires investment

Keith Crain is correct that Cadillac is in need of competitive products in the hottest segments, but I disagree with him regarding Cadillac’s need for all the small-market dealers.

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