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Under a revised trade pact with the U.S., Korea will double the annual quota for U.S. light-vehicle imports to 50,000 per Detroit 3 automaker, recognize U.S.
Under a new initiative, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has reminded 40,000 motorists that their vehicles have been recalled for safety defects and should be taken to a franchised dealership to be fixed at no...
Washington's electric vehicle sales tax exemption will expire at the end of May, earlier than expected, adding to headwinds faced by automakers.
For all the hubbub about tariffs and trade wars, it's Washington's increasingly aggressive investment policy toward China that could pose the biggest challenge to the auto sector in both countries.
The EPA formally published in the Federal Register its decision to overturn the Obama administration's vehicle fuel efficiency standards.
Senate Democrats said they will fight the EPA's effort to scale back fuel efficiency standards and criticized automakers for reneging on a commitment to build cleaner cars by pushing for the change.
How well the California waiver withstands federal fire could have big implications for the auto industry and for the administration's effort to relax emissions and fuel economy rules.
Nine states have adopted California's clear-air rules mandating the sales of zero-emission vehicles, but they haven't come close to matching California's appetite for green cars.
Flanked by trade association heads representing auto manufacturers and dealers, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt defended Monday's decision to revise the Obama administration's fuel economy targets.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced that aggressive fuel efficiency and emissions limits set under the Obama administration for model years 2022-2025 are “not appropriate,” triggering a controversial new...
The Supreme Court handed auto dealers a victory, ruling that service advisers are exempt from overtime pay requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act because they are considered salesmen engaged in servicing automobiles.
Seven Northeast states agreed to help automakers boost consumer demand for electric vehicles, which has remained at ultra-low levels in the region despite government-mandated sales quotas designed to improve air quality.
The agreement, which faces legislative review in both countries, addresses a big imbalance in the automobile trade between the U.S. and South Korea.
Several employees, in their early 20s, have graduated from the program at BMW Portland to become salespeeople and service writers.
Beyond uncertainty over federal fuel economy and emissions rules, an even bigger danger looms: damage to automakers' reputation as good corporate citizens.
Seven Northeast states agreed to help automakers boost sales of electric vehicles, which have remained at ultra-low levels in the region despite government-mandated sales quotas designed to improve air quality.
Decisions about locking in or revising fuel economy and emissions standards will be made by policy chiefs at the EPA and NHTSA, but teams of technocrats are working behind the scenes to provide the scientific evidence for...
The Trump administration finally will tip its hand this week about how it intends to treat fuel efficiency rules in place for early next decade, but clear answers on potential changes likely will take several months.
The omnibus spending bill signed by President Trump includes $100 million for r&d and demonstration of autonomous vehicle technologies..
Businesses and governmental entities that regularly deal with large numbers of used vehicles have received a new tool that makes it much easier to identify cars and trucks with open recalls.
With fierce global competition to capture the lead in the large burgeoning market for driverless vehicles, Congress appears willing to deliver conditions favorable to US-based businesses.
Dealers are pushing back against automakers' facilities mandates as well as the hype over autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles.
Automakers are doing a better job repairing vehicles with open recalls for defective Takata airbag inflators after slow initial responses, an independent monitor told Senators.
Safety advocates urged the Senate to suspend consideration of legislation governing autonomous vehicles until regulators complete investigations into Sunday's fatal accident involving an Uber vehicle and the January crash in...
In this Q&A, incoming NADA Chairman Wes Lutz discusses the battle against stair-step incentives and whether consumers really want autonomous vehicles.
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