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For Hyundai and Kia, risk goes beyond fire

The automakers and NHTSA point to recalls already issued for engine fixes. But the Center for Auto Safety says those calls weren't comprehensive enough, and Congress wants answers.


Autos may lose grip on radio frequency

The Federal Communications Commission may re-evaluate the auto industry's claim to spectrum that enables wireless vehicle-to-vehicle technology.

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For Hyundai and Kia, risk goes beyond fire

The automakers and NHTSA point to recalls already issued for engine fixes. But the Center for Auto Safety says those calls weren't comprehensive enough, and Congress wants answers.

Drive.ai self-driving service doubles down

In the summer, Silicon Valley startup Drive.ai was among the first to launch commercial service with autonomous vehicles. Now, it's taking the next step, launching its second route in suburban Dallas, this one open to the general public.

Gentex posts bullish Q3 results, shares rise

Sales and profits increased for mirror and electronics supplier Gentex in the third quarter despite new international tariffs, and despite softer-than-expected new vehicle production.

UPDATED: 10/19/18 11:01 am ET - adds details
Daimler issues profit warning on diesel woes

Daimler issued its second profit warning in four months, saying that costs arising from recalling some of its diesel vehicles were mainly to blame.


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