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West Virginia Wants To Ban Over-The-Air Updates For Cars

Over-the-air updates are quickly becoming commonplace in cars, from electric vehicle startups like Tesla and Lucid down to traditional old Ford. West Virginia, however, seems to take issue with this shiny new way of keeping cars up to date — or at least i

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Cargo Ship Fire Could Force Lamborghini To Restart Aventador Production

The massive fire onboard the Felicity Ace cargo ship has proved to be a huge headache for manufacturers and customers alike. Nearly 4,000 vehicles made by Volkswagen Group are onboard,from companies like Porsche, Audi, Bentley and Volkswagen. However, the

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The U.S. Has A Battery Problem That Could Turn Into A National Security Threat

The transition to electric vehicles is going to require a lot of EV batteries, which the U.S. doesn’t currently have. Our lack of batteries and the raw materials needed to make them is just another reason why the gradual transition to EVs has been a littl

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A Stolen Party Bus Led Police On A High-Speed Chase

If you’re on the run from authorities, I can see why you’d need something — anything — to get away in. But I feel like you’d want something that didn’t stand out, or something with a lot of speed. But a party bus? You might as well wear a sign that says “

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