Wednesday morning car news roundup, May 27, 2015

Today is Wednesday

Note: I am in China for the week. Due to China’s blocking of Google, this week’s collecting of news can be  seriously impeded. News can be missing altogether. We ask your indulgence.

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Tuesday morning car news roundup, May 26, 2015

Today is Tuesday

Note: I am in China for the week. Due to China’s blocking of Google, this week’s collecting of news can be  seriously impeded. News can be missing altogether. We ask your indulgence.

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Monday morning car news roundup, May 25, 2015

Today is Monday

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Friday morning car news roundup, May 22, 2015

Today is Friday

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Thursday morning car news roundup, May 21, 2015

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Top News: Consumers overwhelm NHTSA website - Automotive News: Hundreds of thousands of car owners who were urged to check a government website and see if their airbags are safe have overwhelmed the site and U.S. regulators say it might take … [Continue reading]

Wednesday morning car news roundup, May 20, 2015

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Top News: Analyst: Driverless cars will cut US sales by 40% - Freep: ... self-driving cars will eliminate many multicar households, reduce U.S. auto sales by 40% over the next 25 years and force General Motors and Ford... Analyst Sees Automated … [Continue reading]

Tuesday morning car news roundup, May 19, 2015

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Top News: Shanghai to Legitimize Car-Sharing Ride Apps in First for China - Bloomberg: Shanghai will allow private-car hailing services via mobile apps starting next month, the first city in China to legitimize an industry popularized in … [Continue reading]

Europe’s new car sales April: The awakening

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The European new car market is coming back from the near-dead. April passenger vehicle registrations in the EU were up 6.9% to 1,166,482 units, says the European Automobile Manufacturers Association ACEA, and it adds that this was “the best result in … [Continue reading]