A woman was pulled from a car that went into a Sunrise canal Wednesday afternoon. Divers were in the water searching for another passenger.
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Dharmesh Patel: Son of California doctor who allegedly drove family off cliff had 'no injuries' after fall
The 4-year-old son of Dharmesh Patel, a California doctor accused of driving his family off a cliff, had 'no injuries at all' after the crash, according to DA Steve Wagstaffe.
Florida’s highway drivers might see an end to left-lane cruisers if a bill filed in the State Capitol Becomes law, but the bill is sparking some mixed reactions.
Police in California are fuming after motorists tried their luck at crossing the gap, with abysmal results.
The City of Pittsburgh announced Wednesday that the Charles Anderson Memorial Bridge will close “immediately” to vehicle traffic for repairs.
- Miami Herald
Base price: $222,620, Car and Driver says.
- The Augusta Chronicle
Augusta Fire Chief Antonio Burden told Augusta commissioners that the two Augusta fire trucks that overturned can't be replaced.
Norwegian electric car owners have a word for the way they feel when they look nervously at their battery indicators while driving in subfreezing weather: "rekkevideangst", or "range anxiety".With temperatures often falling below zero, rugged terrain and long stretches of remote roads, Norway may not seem like the most ideal place to drive an electric car, whose battery dies faster in cold weather.
Japan's Honda Motor Co said it will start producing a new hydrogen fuel cell system jointly developed with General Motors Co this year and gradually step up sales this decade, in a bid to expand its hydrogen business. Honda will target annual sales of around 2,000 units of the new system in the middle of this decade, the company said on Thursday, aiming to boost that to 60,000 units per year in 2030. The Japanese carmaker is seeking to expand the use of its new system not only for its own fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), but also commercial vehicles such as heavy trucks, as stationary power stations and in construction machinery.
- Business Insider
If you want an early deal on a used car in 2023, consider a minivan and think about buying domestic, experts say.
A bus driver was taken to the hospital after a school bus crashed Wednesday morning in Gaston County, firefighters said.
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Troopers say a pickup was hit from behind by a tractor trailer.
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Billionaire Richard Branson calls the Boeing 747 a 'wonderful beast' after the last jumbo jet is delivered but says it was 'too expensive'
Richard Branson bid farewell to the Boeing 747, but said the daily fuel costs across the Atlantic became too expensive, per Reuters.
The 2024 Cadillac Lyriq is reported to get a new entry-level Tech trim that drops the model's price to $58,590. That's $4,400 less than the Luxury trim.
Nissans first revealed the Max-Out as a render back in 2021.
- Detroit Free Press
Ford planned to build a Bronco that would knock the Jeep Wrangler from its off-road perch. Ford says it is surprised by speed of success.
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A tractor trailer hit a bridge on the Hutchinson River Parkway on Wednesday morning; southbound lanes closed while a fuel spill is cleaned up.
As commercial airlines abandon small cities, two start-ups are stepping in to help fix an increasingly messy air travel system in the U.S.
Elon Musk told investors on a fourth-quarter earnings call last week that all other car companies are far behind Tesla when it comes to automated-driving development. “There isn’t even a close second to Tesla,” the CEO said. The very next day, Mercedes-Benz became the first automaker to achieve SAE Level 3 certification in the U.S.
The Tesla founder's ownership of Twitter could pose risks for him, just as Ford's ownership of a newspaper created controversy.
There are no more new 747 jets left for Boeing to deliver. The last 747 jet was delivered to aircraft and aircraft services provider Atlas Air Worldwide (AAWW) on Jan. 31. The “monumental day is a testament to the generations of Boeing employees who brought to life the airplane that ‘shrank the world,’ and revolutionized travel and air cargo as the first widebody,” said Stan Deal, CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.