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State-specific rules should be allowed

States should be allowed to set their own rules on emissions standards, writes one reader.

Are there secret chips in cars, too?

The news that microchips were implanted in server motherboards manufactured in China has one reader questioning electronic modifications of anything made in China.


Those who failed did so admirably

A reader notes that the hundreds of dealers who failed in the crash through no fault of their own deserve recognition for honesty and integrity.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Those who failed did so admirably

A reader notes that the hundreds of dealers who failed in the crash through no fault of their own deserve recognition for honesty and integrity.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Cadillac fiasco just another misstep

A reader is critical of Cadillac's leadership, saying the company has been plagued by a series of expensive fiascos, most recently highlighted by the moves to New York and now back to Detroit.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Make electrified distinctions clear

Solutions to warning noises for electrified vehicles don't apply to full EV's, which don't have mufflers, exhaust systems or tailpipes.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
GM's dog won't hunt

I thought the comments that Peter Lanzavecchia madewere right on target.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
The juke owner who had enough

In a letter to the editor, a reader writes Nissan must now see the joke in their Juke, which has been pulled from U.S. markets.


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