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GM engineers have come up with a trailer braking concept that has the potential to dramatically reduce stopping distances – in fact, it allows a truck and trailer to stop in the same...
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Modern safety features such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are evolving fast and are already available to substantially reduce the death and injury toll on our roads and...
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New research and analysis sows that attitudes towards autonomous vehicles are cooling off, pointing to a slowdown in development and adoption. GlobalData released reports this week,...
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Volkswagen has been ordered to pay $196.5 million to the Canadian government for importing cars that violated the country’s emissions standards. The Ontario Judge said the record fine...
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General Motor’s majority owned self-driving vehicle startup, Cruise, unveiled its first driverless vehicle. The electric-powered Cruise Origin was developed by Honda, which also has a...
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Scott Knabe, Donlen Director of network & telecom, has been named an honoree of the 2020 Ones to Watch Award from IDG’s and IDC’s CIO Executive Councils. This prestigious award...
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The winners of ALG’s 2020 Canadian Residual Value Awards were announced recently with Toyota, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Vans earning top spots in their categories. The awards...
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The City of Guelph has received commitment of funding by all levels of government to help convert most of the city’s fleet from diesel to electric. The city’s share of the cost totals...
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Mazda is recalling almost 16,000 Mazda3s in Canada due to a malfunction in the vehicles automatic braking system. The brakes are applying when they shouldn’t be, putting drivers at...
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Fiat Chrysler has announced that it plans to set up a joint venture with Foxconn to build electric cars and develop internet-connected vehicles in China. The automaker confirmed on...
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