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GM gets flak for lobbying NHTSA to waive standards for faster AV deployment     - Roadshow

GM gets flak for lobbying NHTSA to waive standards for faster AV deployment - Roadshow

General Motors wants a fleet of autonomous vehicles on the road for use as a ride sharing fleet. Problem is, the AVs GM has in mind lack some very much legally required components like a steering wheel or dashboard warning lights. General Motors first requested a two-year waiver on features like these from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Motorists could soon have more chance of being fined for common traffic offences as MPs want to increase councils’ power

Motorists could soon have more chance of being fined for common traffic offences as MPs want to increase councils’ power

MOTORISTS could soon face a higher chance of being caught for common traffic offences. The Transport Committee is calling for councils to be given more power to dish out fines for moving traffic violations as police resources are too stretched to enforce them. MPs want councils all over the UK to be given power to dish out fines for moving traffic

From Renault Master to Vauxhall Movano, a sneak peek at some of the vans you can buy on a 69-plate this September

From Renault Master to Vauxhall Movano, a sneak peek at some of the vans you can buy on a 69-plate this September

VANS are like buses – you’ll wait and wait for one to come along, then all of a sudden there are a dozen new models heading round the corner. There is also more inbreeding and questionable decision making than in an entire series of Game Of Thrones . Photo by Paddy McGrath Renault’s Master van has been tricked out[/caption] Here are some of the latest