As the explosive Waymo v. Uber lawsuit kicks off in San Francisco, accusations are flying against the rideshare industry's most popular company.
Rideshare drivers must balance leases with life and a load of bills to survive in the gig economy.
Google spinoff Waymo intends to test its self-driving vehicles in Atlanta, a notoriously congested metro.
After sailing smoothly through the House, a trio of U.S. Senators are putting the brakes on a self-driving car bill which is anticipated to help regulate the burgeoning industry.
These were the biggest automotive stories of 2017, from Uber’s legal struggles to legislative successes for self-driving cars.
A Chinese company is moving aggressively toward an autonomous future for the world of semi-truck shipping.
Infiniti officials plan to electrify—either totally or in stages—their entire lineup by 2021.
As younger generations are saddled with an increasing amount of debt, car collecting may be a dying hobby.
An elemental switch may help GM and other car manufacturers find a profit in electric cars.
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