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EasyMile Receives NHTSA Approval to Test Shared Autonomous Vehicles on Public Roads

EasyMile Receives NHTSA Approval to Test Shared Autonomous Vehicles on Public Roads autonomous electric shuttle self driving driverless urban technology

Shared, electric, autonomous vehicles will also dramatically reduce the need for parking, total vehicle miles traveled, and overall greenhouse gas emissions Denver, CO – October 12th, 2017 – EasyMile congratulates our partners at the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and GoMentum Station for receiving permission from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to test EasyMile’s EZ10 driverless shuttles on

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New Federal Self-Driving Car Guidelines Threaten Highway Safety

New Federal Self-Driving Car Guidelines Threaten Highway Safety, Consumer Watchdog Warns autonomous vehicle urban mobility

Consumer Watchdog Warns   SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The new Federal autonomous vehicle policy released today poses a threat to highway safety, Consumer Watchdog warned and the nonpartisan nonprofit group called for the enactment of enforceable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards specifically covering self-driving cars.   Vision for Safety 2.0 Dubbed a “Vision for Safety 2.0” and released

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Rear View Safety 360°Surround View Camera System Erases Blind Spots

According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were over 35,000 fatalities on U.S. roadways in 2015. The 360° Surround View Camera System increases overall safety by erasing blind spots,  assist with parking and help navigation on narrow roads. PRNewswire/ — Rear View Safety, the industry leader in the sales and distribution of backup camera systems, as well as a

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Automakers ‘not even trying’ to Sell Electric Cars

While the federal government and California Air Resources Board (CARB) are evaluating auto-industry proposals to relax emissions standards, one Tesla executive advocates stricter rules to force automakers to sell more electric cars. Established automakers are ignoring the potential of electric cars, Diarmuid O’Connell—Tesla’s vice president of business development—told Forbes and other media at the Center for Automotive Research Management Briefing

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SEC Investigating Tesla for Possible Securities-Law Breach

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Tesla Motors Inc. breached securities laws by failing to disclose to investors a fatal crash in May involving an electric car that was driving itself, a person familiar with the matter said, heightening scrutiny of how the company handled the information. The May 7 accident killed the driver, Joshua Brown, a 40-year-old

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