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Stop driving these Hondas right now, says regulator

Federal safety regulators warned owners of more than 300,000 Hondas and Acuras that they should not drive their cars until their Takata airbags are replaced. The National Highway…

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Hertz teams up with Uber, Lyft

Hertz is driving full-speed into the ride-sharing wars.

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UK's $100 billion autos industry can't survive without Europe

Having failed to prevent a vote for Brexit, the British auto industry is now turning to the U.K. government for help limiting the economic fallout.

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Porsche unveils better, faster four-door hatchback

Porsche unveiled an all new, more powerful second-generation Panamera hatchback on Tuesday. The new version of Porsche's four-door car looks more like a sports car and, Porsche…

Reading Public Auto Auction celebrates grand opening

Reading Public Auto Auction celebrates grand opening

The blare of an auctioneer's microphone filled the air and bystanders shouted their bids at the grand opening of the Reading Public Auto Auction.

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Toyota recalls 1.4 million cars for airbag problem

Toyota is recalling 1.4 million cars worldwide for a problems with exploding airbags.

Though Toyota said this recall does not involve a Takata airbag, it has not identified the…

Tires going missing from cars in Spring

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Tires going missing from cars in Spring Township

People in part of Berks County are banding together after a series of brash thefts.

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VW agrees to record $14.7B settlement over emissions cheating

Volkswagen's deliberate cheating on emissions tests will cost it a record $14.7 billion. And that's just the start of its problems.

The settlement is only a preliminary step in…


From Uber

Uber CEO explains why he thinks fingerprinting drivers is 'unjust'

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick tackled two of his company's biggest controversies on Thursday: It's treatment of drivers and its refusal to fingerprint.

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