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DAVID SEDGWICK

Why there's a need for protocol on self-driving car accidents

As fleets of robo-taxis start mixing on public roads with cars, motorcycles and pedestrians, accidents will be inevitable -- and so will be the need for a process to deal with them.

JAY RAMEY

The VW Scirocco is dead (again)

On the occasion of the second departure of the Scirocco from the VW lineup, a brief look at all three generations of the sporty coupe.

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