Safety of Heavier Cars May Be Used to Lower U.S. Fuel Efficiency
U.S. Said to Seek Major Fines, Recalls in Fiat Settlement
A Florida Monorail Makes Way for the Robot Bus of Tomorrow
Trump Administration Said to Eye Big Cuts to Fuel Economy Rules
Pilots Let Corporate Jet Slow Too Much Before Fiery Crash
Fatal Amtrak Crashes Spotlight Delayed Safety Equipment Upgrades
Tension between Trump and the FBI over the release of a disputed memo risks harming the rule of law in the U.S.
U.S. Aims to Keep Alignment With California on Car-Mileage Rules
Second U.S. Agency Said to Open Probe Into Tesla Autopilot Crash
U.S. Transport Safety Board will investigate an accident involving a Tesla Model S sedan.
Ford Urged to Recall 1.3 Million SUVs Over Exhaust Fume Fears
Tesla Crash in California Draws Interest From U.S. Investigators
Automakers Put on a Show in Detroit as Policy Storms Loom in DC
Trump Fuel Economy Target Set for March Release, NHTSA Head Says
Ford will shell out $11 billion by 2022, Jim Farley, president of global markets, said at the Detroit auto show.
U.S. Regulators to Seek More Input for Autonomous Rule Revisions
Fiat Chrysler to Give U.S. Workers $2,000 Bonuses After Tax Bill
GM Drops the Steering Wheel and Gives the Robot Driver Control
U.S. Regulators Probe Seatbelt Failures in Volkswagen SUVs
Automakers Missed 2016 Efficiency Targets Despite Better Mileage
U.S. Regulators Eye Policy for Autonomous Trucks, Buses Too