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What are the super rich buying? Cars, cars, cars

The super rich are on a luxury car spending spree.

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Are you ready for a self-driving car? Not so fast

Tesla is now building cars equipped for full self-driving. The cars aren't smart enough yet to use this new technology but, Tesla says they will learn fast.

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Defective Takata air bag blamed for 11th death

The defective Takata air bag inflator -- found in nearly every major car brand -- has claimed yet another victim, according to federal regulators.

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NJ tax to have drivers paying more for gas

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation that will hike the state's gas tax by 23 cents. The money will go toward funding a $16 billion transportation program.

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Elon Musk teases new Tesla product reveal

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is at it again. In a classically cryptic tweet to his more than 5.5 million followers earlier this week, Musk teased that a new product announcement was coming…

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NJ gas tax goes up 23 cents with Christie approval

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation hiking the state's gas tax by 23 cents to help pay for transportation projects.

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Toyota recalls 340,000 Prius hybrids globally

Toyota Motor Corp announced Wednesday that it would recall 340,000 Prius hybrid vehicles to address a parking brake issue.

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BMW's self-balancing motorcycle of tomorrow

In the distant future, motorcycle riders will have no need of helmets or padded clothing. They also won't need to put their feet on the ground when they stop. That's because,…

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Most drivers who own cars with built-in GPS systems use phones for directions

Many new cars today come with built-in navigation systems, but a lot of frustrated new car owners just use their phones for directions, according to a new survey.

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