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China is driving down the autonomous road.
Autonomous cars want to be accessible to many.
Toyota is taking the next step in the autonomous game.
Hyundai is coming up on your six - zooming onto the self-driving scene.
Hyundai is putting its money where its mouth is.
A new report accuses one of the nation's largest car retail chains of selling used vehicles with unrepaired safety recalls.
In resolving a growing split among California courts, the California Supreme Court in ZB, N.A. v. Superior Court faced the issue of whether actions for unpaid wages under Labor Code section 558 brought under the Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) could be compelled to arbitration.
Written by: Anthony Bento, Director of Legal Affairs - CNCDA
Japan takes that car for a (test) flight.
German prosecutors on Wednesday charged Rupert Stadler, former chief executive of the Audi luxury car division of Volkswagen, with fraud for the company’s role in a diesel emissions cheating scandal.
Lyft has the need for speed.
BMW/Tenecent want a 2-player game.
While the US data privacy landscape is rapidly changing, there appears to be some helpful news for the automotive industry. Notably, the auto industry may receive the benefit of being exempt from the impact of two of the more rigorous state privacy laws that have entered the legal landscape.
Swedish truckmaker AB Volvo’s first commercial autonomous truck deal shows how it is bundling services to generate revenue from a technology that is years away from wide deployment.
European startups have to plan for all (self-driving) conditions.
Friends know how to share.
Even autonomous cars will be required to yield to pedestrians.