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New Yorkers can now schedule Uber pickups

New Yorkers can now schedule an Uber to arrive sometime in the future.

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Volkswagen faces $9 billion legal headache

Volkswagen investors are demanding more than $9 billion in damages for the losses they sustained as a result of the automaker's huge diesel emissions scandal.

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New Tesla software to prevent hot car deaths

So far this year, 31 children died after being trapped inside parked cars on hot days, according to the group

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US government releases safety guidelines for self-driving cars

The federal government is paving the way for self-driving vehicles to become commonplace on U.S roads.

PennDOT to install median dividers on Route 222 near Lancaster-Berks line

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PennDOT to install divider on Route 222, I-78

If there's a way to make safer Route 222 near the border between Berks and Lancaster counties, drivers will take it.

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Americans waste $2 billion a year on premium gas

Americans wasted over $2 billion last year putting expensive premium gasoline into cars that don't need it, the automobile ownership group AAA said Tuesday.

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East Coast faces gas shortages after pipeline leak

A leak has caused the closure of a crucial pipeline that carries gasoline to the eastern United States, a disruption that threatens to drive up prices and leave service stations…

Chevy unveils 2017 Bolt electric car

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Chevy Bolt to cost $30,000 after tax break

The Chevrolet Bolt is strategically priced to come in just under $30,000 -- sort of.

General Motors announced that its new all-electric car will cost $37,495. There's a $7,500…

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World's fastest VW Beetle goes 205 mph

The world's fastest Volkswagen Beetle went a record 205 miles per hour at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats on Sept. 12.

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