Aaron Gordon is a senior writer for Motherboard.
Cruise Exec Omitted Pedestrian Dragging In Summary of Self-Driving Car Incident to California DMV, Email Shows
An email obtained by Motherboard supports the CA DMV’s contention that Cruise misled the agency about what really happened during the October 2 crash.
Cyclists and pedestrians are reporting a rise in distracted driving. The phenomenon is both real and legal in many states.
A chemical fire in Texas threw clouds of black smoke in the air, prompting a shelter-in-place order and panic online.
Once briefly in the spotlight for distinctive mopeds, the buzzy startup is now a taxi-and-EV-charging company.
In 2007, Canada started requiring all vehicles to have a cheap, effective anti-theft device. The U.S. didn't. Now, it is paying the price with a surge in Kia and Hyundai thefts.
The DMV said the vehicles “are not safe for the public’s operation.”
The complainant filed 311 reports about cops parked on the sidewalk and bike lanes outside the precinct.
Long associated with TikTok, the viral trend of stealing Kias and Hyundais is now far more popular—and more permitted—on Instagram.
Companies could still charge you “service fees” under the new rules, but would have to include them in the actual price of what they were selling.
A Computer Model Is Causing Years of Delays for Amtrak's New High-Speed Trains, Scathing Audit Finds
The flagship Acela fleet may have to cut service because Amtrak is running out of spare parts and using unsupported software on critical components while the new fleet is nowhere close to entering service.
In a court filing, the companies argue that social media companies “caused an unprecedented increase in thefts.” The cars being stolen didn’t have basic anti-theft technology.