Gov. Brown signs ride-sharing insurance bill into law
Jaguar stolen from Manhattan in 1968 recovered from cargo ship A lawyer whose 1967 Jaguar XK-E was stolen outside his Manhattan apartment 46 years ago says he plans to completely restore the classic two-seater after customs officials found it on a cargo ship en route to the Netherlands. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-jaguar-stolen-manhattan-recovered-20140918-story.html
Jaguar stolen from Manhattan in 1968 recovered from cargo ship
Review: New Ford Mustang aims to please everyone
Study: Electric cars cheaper to insure than gasoline equivalents
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NHTSA Failed to Spot GM Ignition Switch Issue As Early As 2007
Google, Mercedes, Audi get California permits for self-driving cars
How did cars become “computers on wheels,” so automated that some are about to start driving themselves? The story begins 45 years ago with a quest to make cars safer and the battle over the air bag.
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Government wants to make cars talk to each other
By the time General Motors began recalling cars this year for ignition defects that could cause stalling, the agency had logged more than 2,000 complaints about the issue in the recalled models, some from consumers who had picked up on patterns in the agency’s database that its own investigators missed or did not look for...
Regulator Slow to Respond to Deadly Vehicle Defects - NYTimes.com
California has passed an electric milestone: This week, a car buyer in the state bought the 100,000th plug-in vehicle sold here.
Californians' purchases of plug-in electric cars top 100,000
The 10 highest-dollar vehicles sold at Mecum's Dallas auction, including a $680K Corvette | Dallas Morning News
An Original Dodge, Direct From the Founder’s Family - NYTimes.com
Uber’s Army of Drivers Growing 50,000 a Month
Gen-Z Driver, Cool for School - NYTimes.com (1962 Chrysler Newport)
The Question of Coverage for Ride Service Drivers - NYTimes.com
Why Musk Is Building Batteries in the Desert When No One Is Buying - Bloomberg