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Bounty Hunters Seek Out Idling Trucks In NYC For A Cut Of The Fines

Filming idling trucks seems like an easy way to earn a little extra cash, but the bounty hunters of New York’s Citizens Air Complaint Program need to use guile, guts and patience to make thousands of dollars a year off of trucking companies breaking the l

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Dealers Really Aren't On Board With The Biden Administrations Plans For EV's

Car dealers are not happy with the direction the Biden administration has taken the auto industry. In Automotive News’ Dealer Outlook Survey for 2022, dealers voiced their complaints with the administration on everything from supply chain issues to inflat

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The EPA-Estimated Range Of The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Is Better Than Ford Expected

The EPA handed Ford a small victory on Monday now that the agency has shared final range figures for the upcoming Ford F-150 Lightning. The range of Ford’s EV take on its popular truck has outdone the carmaker’s own estimates, increasing from 300 to 320 m

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Mercedes-Benz 'Drive Pilot' Is A Small Step Towards Truly Autonomous Vehicles

Do you know how world-changing technology actually grabs a foothold in our society? It isn’t using customers as beta testers of wildly dangerous technology; it’s small incremental advances that add up to a huge difference. This is the tact that Mercedes B

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