China will open its roads to self-driving cars this year, exposing the technology to the world’s biggest auto market.
After House Republicans threatened to cancel a tax break for electric vehicle buyers, it survived to the final version.
Toyota plans to offer electric and hybrid options for every vehicle it makes by 2025.
A former Uber employee sued the rideshare firm for a purchase that is already causing the company legal headaches.
From rapid-fire tech-auto partnerships to non-binary driver’s licenses, the year in vehicle and driving trends, examined.
Nissan is joining the worldwide race for autonomous vehicle technology, announcing plans to bring self-driving cars to market in 2022.
Electronic devices logging big rig driver hours could help the government track and ensure the safety of semi-truck operators, but could also present the drivers with problems.
A Missouri court validated Tesla’s direct-to-consumer model, a rare legal victory for the California car marker.
Advertisers and entertainment companies are taking an interest in the free time self-driving cars could provide for their passengers on the road.
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