Regulation And Safety

Auto mileage rollback plan nearly ready, report says

The Trump administration is readying proposals to weaken Obama administration automotive fuel economy standards for release as early as next week, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

NHTSA presses automakers to make Takata airbag recall plans public

Federal auto safety regulators want automakers to make public plans for how they'll replace millions of defective Takata airbag parts that should have been fixed already.

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U.S. Senate to Trump: Slow down on escalating tariffs

In an 88-11 vote Wednesday, the Senate approved a symbolic motion backing a role for Congress in requiring tariffs based on national security, such as those President Trump has imposed on steel and aluminum imports and is contemplating on light vehicles.

Criminal case sheds light on Apple self-driving car tech

Apple has kept tight wraps on its ambitions for self-driving cars, declining to acknowledge them at all publicly until it wrote a letter to U.S. transportation regulators in late 2016 urging them not to restrict testing of the vehicles.

Toyota launches app-controlled car-sharing in Honolulu

Toyota launched a Honolulu car-sharing service that allows customers to use smartphones to unlock and start cars for rent by the hour or day. It's the latest service offered by an automaker that competes with ride-hailing and rental-car companies.

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