Automotive News

Ohio Becomes First State To Get Millions Over Dieselgate Scandal

Volkswagen is going to pay the state of Ohio $3.5 million in a settlement because of the 2015 Dieselgate scandal. Ohio claims the German automaker violated state laws when it manipulated vehicle computer software to cheat emissions tests, according to Reu

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Ford Stops Taking Maverick Orders Due To Overwhelming Demand

Ford has stopped accepting customer orders for the Maverick because demand for the compact pickup now exceeds Ford’s production capacity. The problem is people keep ordering the Ford Maverick, and the carmaker says it refuses to take on more orders than i

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DeLorean's Alleged Son Says The Taliban Wants To Buy His Reliant DMC-12 Clones

Put down that calendar and close that app, it is not April 1st and you’re probably not a fool. John DeLorean’s alleged son says that the Taliban wants to buy his repainted Reliant “DMC-21" three-wheelers. He’d consider doing it, too, if it weren’t fo

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Union Pacific Train Thefts Started Right Around The Time It Laid Off Thousands Of Workers

Seventeen Union Pacific train cars derailed last week along the same tracks experiencing mass looting in Los Angeles. Union Pacific recently blamed the staggering 160 percent increase in thefts since September 2020 on the Los Angeles district attorney, b

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