Movers Seek Exemption, CA Has 100k EVs & Hand + Foot Free Driving

Blog - California Has More Than 100,000 Plug-In Electric Cars On Roads

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MovingManHousehold Movers Seek Exemption to 14-Hour Rule

Household goods movers represented by the American Moving and Storage Association are asking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for an exemption to one part of hours of service regulations. In a Federal Register notice, set to be published Tuesday, it is asking that its 3,700 member companies be exempt from the…

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Blog - California Has More Than 100,000 Plug-In Electric Cars On RoadsCalifornia Has More Than 100,000 Plug-In Electric Cars On Roads

California has hit a major plug-in car milestone this week: Since the first electric vehicle was sold back in 2010, more than 100,000 others have now hit the streets. The figures have been compiled by the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative. The number is impressive on its own, but also means that California accounts for…

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Blog - GM will introduce hands-free, foot-free driving in 2017 CadillacGM Will Introduce Hands-Free, Foot-Free Driving in 2017 Cadillac

General Motors plans to start selling cars that can drive partially in an auto-pilot mode and that can exchange speed and safety data with similarly equipped vehicles. The first features are expected to show up in high-end Cadillac vehicles for the 2017 model year — in about two years — but over time will move down market into GM’s other brands. “Everyone recognizes that when cars can talk to each other and share information about ,…

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