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Dave Guilford

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Recent authored articles

Columnist's goodbye reflections on a complex industry

Columnist Dave Guilford, who is also the managing editor at Automotive News Canada, reflects on the rapidly-changing automotive industry as he announces his retirement after 19 years.

Columnist's goodbye reflections on a complex industry

Columnist Dave Guilford reflects on the rapidly-changing automotive industry as he annnounces his retirement after 19 years.

Can autonomous vehicles be developed without risking lives?

Back on March 18, 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg was walking her bicycle across a street in Tempe, Ariz., when she was struck and killed by an Uber autonomous vehicle.

Can autonomous vehicles be developed without risking lives?

It's easy to become enamoured of the accident-free future with autonomous cars, but before that time arrives, we had better realize that we're playing with human lives as we develop driverless technology.

Can autonomous vehicles be developed without risking lives?

It's easy to become enamoured of the accident-free future with autonomous cars, but before that time arrives, we had better realize that we're playing with human lives as we develop driverless technology.

Canada a key to French automaker PSA's return to North America

Larry Dominique, CEO of PSA North America, said the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, which went into effect last September, will make it easier to bring European vehicles into Canada.

Subtle vs. origami: Opposite sides of the same design coin

On one side of the design coin, you have clean-look minimalists smoothing things out. On the other side are brands that favour blade-like spiky surfaces.

Small pickups present a gamble

If automakers equip smaller pickups with weight-saving materials and fuel-economy technology, that might also push their price too close to that of a base-level big truck.

Ontario needs to protect auto sector by increasing investment, province says

Speaking at the Automotive News Canada Congress, Giles Gherson, deputy minister for economic development and growth, said the province's investment in advanced machinery and equipment has slowed.


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