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Einride to operate its cab-less autonomous pods on U.S. public roads

Einride, the Swedish startup that wants to electrify the autonomous freight industry, will begin operating its purpose-built, self-driving pods on...

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NHTSA report shows Tesla Autopilot led the pack in crashes, but the data has gaps

Tesla EVs involved in 70% of the reported crashes involving Level 2 technologies, 60% of those resulting in serious injuries and nearly 85% of the...

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US safety regulators expand Tesla Autopilot investigation

U.S. federal safety regulators have “upgraded” its investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot advanced driver assistance system after...

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Buckle up, autonomous vehicles finally get federal safety standards

The first-of-its-kind rule updates the safety requirements for occupants in vehicles that don’t have normal manual controls associated with a human...

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Pony.ai to issue recall of autonomous driving software

Pony.ai to issue recall of autonomous driving software following an October crash and a NHTSA probe

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Tesla will disable in-dash video games while its cars are in motion

Tesla is quickly responding to the NHTSA's investigation of in-dash gaming while cars are moving. The Guardian has learned Tesla will deliver an...

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Tesla recalls 11,704 vehicles after identifying Full Self-Driving Beta software error

Tesla voluntarily recalled nearly 11,704 vehicles after identifying a software error that could cause a false forward-collision warning or unexpected...

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The Station: Zoox seeks out rain and Tesla fans go on the attack — again

Welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B.

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Buttigieg defends safety agency appointment after Musk claims ‘bias’

Elon Musk voiced concerns on Twitter over the recent appointment of Missy Cummings to a key advisory role at the country’s top traffic authority,...

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The Station: A Tesla-NHTSA fight brews, catching up with Kodiak and how LA is prepping for air taxis

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend...

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US regulator targets Tesla on NDAs, over-the-air software updates

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent a pair of letters to Tesla targeting the company’s use of non-disclosure...

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NHTSA rejects petition for formal investigation into Tesla’s battery management software

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration rejected a 2019 petition requesting the agency open a formal investigation into Tesla’s...

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Tesla ordered to share Autopilot data with the US traffic safety agency

Tesla was ordered to hand over Autopilot data by October 22 or be fined up to $115 million, in an investigation into Tesla cars with Autopilot...

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US safety regulator opens investigation into Tesla Autopilot following crashes with parked emergency vehicles

U.S. auto regulators have opened a preliminary investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot advanced driver assistance system, citing 11 incidents in which...

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Drunk-driving provision could fuel demand for driver monitoring technology

Companies developing driver detection technology could get a boost from a provision tucked inside the 2,702-page $1 trillion infrastructure bill that...

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NHTSA urges some Chevy Bolt owners to park their car away from home, citing fire risk

Chevrolet Bolts are back in the news — this time for another consumer alert issued by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration,...

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