Autos may lose grip on radio frequencyOct. 20
Impaired driving warnings rise as more states legalize potOct. 17
Cable industry moves to snatch airwaves away from 'talking cars'Oct. 16
Trump rhetoric unhelpful for tariff talks, says EU's trade chiefOct. 16
Cecilia Malmstrom, the EU's trade chief, said that some of President Donald Trump's rhetoric was unhelpful while she was trying to make progress in tariff talks and said the bloc would have to respond if Washington imposed tariffs on EU cars.
State-specific rules should be allowedOct. 15
High-tech headlights that dim themselves could be coming to U.S.Oct. 11
Automakers criticize EU's 35% CO2 reduction targetOct. 10
DOT, NHTSA roll out latest AV testing guidanceOct. 4
The U.S. Department of Transportation rolled out the latest installment of its autonomous-vehicle policy guidance, pledging to review motor vehicle safety standards and streamline the testing of self-driving cars.
U.S. plans to rewrite rules that impede self-driving r&dOct. 4
U.S. traffic fatalities fall following two years of rising tollOct. 3
'Dark side' of Musk's itchy Twitter fingerOct. 1
Utilities point way for CAFE compromiseOct. 1
Fear of disparate fuel economy regulations among states has led to calls for a negotiated deal between automakers and California to head off such an outcome and set a de facto national standard. But what would such a compromise look like?