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Automakers Call on E.P.A. Chief to Ease Fuel-Efficiency Standards

Automakers Call on E.P.A. Chief to Ease Fuel-Efficiency Standards

Companies like G.M. are buoyed by sales of sport utility vehicles, which are more profitable.
States, Feds Vie to Set Testing Rules for Self-Driving Cars

States, Feds Vie to Set Testing Rules for Self-Driving Cars

Democrats, Republicans, states, and safety activists all want their say. All share the goal of doing more self-driving car testing in the US. The post States, Feds Vie to Set Testing Rules for
Wheels: Forgetting a Child in a Back Seat Can Kill. Cars May Soon Warn You.

Wheels: Forgetting a Child in a Back Seat Can Kill. Cars May Soon Warn You.

A House bill passed last month would require new cars to include a device for detecting children in the back seat.

Automakers Formally Take Aim at California’s Zero-emission Vehicle Mandate

Compared to the rest of the United States, California is on the bleeding edge of government-appointed environmentalism. When the Trump administration suggested reexamining Obama-era fuel economy and
U.S. finalizes long-delayed ‘quiet cars’ rule for EVs — and delays it again

U.S. finalizes long-delayed ‘quiet cars’ rule for EVs — and delays it again

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Green Driving,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Electric,Future,Hybrid At higher speeds, tire noise, wind resistance, and other factors eliminate the
Op-Ed Contributor: Looser Emissions Standards Will Hurt the Auto Industry

Op-Ed Contributor: Looser Emissions Standards Will Hurt the Auto Industry

The Trump administration is considering relaxing greenhouse gas and fuel economy standards for passenger cars and trucks.
Trump’s Trade Moves Put U.S. Carmakers in a Jam at Home and Abroad

Trump’s Trade Moves Put U.S. Carmakers in a Jam at Home and Abroad

A General Motors assembly line in Michigan. One in five cars produced in the United States is now exported, making the auto industry especially vulnerable to changes in American trade policy.
Trump’s Trade Moves Put U.S. Carmakers in a Jam at Home and Abroad

Trump’s Trade Moves Put U.S. Carmakers in a Jam at Home and Abroad

A General Motors assembly line in Michigan. One in five cars produced in the United States is now exported, making the auto industry especially vulnerable to changes in American trade policy.

Automakers to White House: Make a Deal With California on Fuel Economy

Despite pressuring Donald Trump to lower corporate fuel economy mandates since practically day one of his presidency, automakers are now urging caution. The U.S. Transportation Department has drafted

Trade War Watch: Automakers Respond to U.S. Import Investigation, Japan Keeps the Faith

President Trump announced a security investigation into auto imports last week, tasking Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross with the job. His goal will be to determine what effects imported vehicles have

Trade War Watch: U.S. Public to Have a Say on Auto Import Threat

There was a mighty blowback against the Trump administration’s suggestion to elevate tariffs to as much as 25 percent on all foreign-built passenger vehicles. Already reeling from fresh import fees on

This is a Mess: EPA Begins Quest to End California’s Fuel Waiver

The Trump administration has enacted phase two of its plan to revise Obama-era rules designed to cut pollution from vehicle emissions. In a proposal sent to the White House Office of Management and
Making America Unemployed Again

Making America Unemployed Again

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle engine being assembled at the company’s powertrain operations plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
The Myth That a Cleaner Car Is Less Safe Than a Dirty One

The Myth That a Cleaner Car Is Less Safe Than a Dirty One

Ford Expedition S.U.V.s coming off the assembly line in Louisville, Ky. The Trump administration is seeking to roll back Obama-rules on fuel efficiency.
G.M. Backs Rule to Curb Carbon-Monoxide Risk in Keyless Cars

G.M. Backs Rule to Curb Carbon-Monoxide Risk in Keyless Cars

A General Motors dealership in Ferndale, Mich. The company says it has installed an automatic shut-off feature in 31 of 39 keyless models from its Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands.

Auto Industry ‘Unites’ Against U.S. Import Tariffs

Of all the things that automakers hate, losing money has to hold a permanent place at the top of the list. If you aren’t making money, you can’t keep building cars — and if you aren’t building cars

Automotive Trade Group Hopes to Keep Colorado From Following California’s ZEV Rules

It’s no secret that California plans to ignore any federal ruling that soften emissions regulations on automobiles. The state’s already suing the Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway

Congress could require a car alarm for kids left inside

In the past 20 years, more than 800 children have died of heatstroke in cars in the US. Now, a group of lawmakers wants to require alerts that would remind parents to check for children in the
Automakers Tell Trump His Pollution Rules Could Mean ‘Untenable’ Instability and Lower Profits

Automakers Tell Trump His Pollution Rules Could Mean ‘Untenable’ Instability and Lower Profits

In a letter signed by 17 industry giants including Ford, General Motors and Toyota, the firms asked Mr. Trump to go back to the negotiating table.
Automakers Tell Trump His Pollution Rules Could Mean ‘Untenable’ Instability and Lower Profits

Automakers Tell Trump His Pollution Rules Could Mean ‘Untenable’ Instability and Lower Profits

In a letter signed by 17 industry giants including Ford, General Motors and Toyota, the firms asked Mr. Trump to go back to the negotiating table.