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Apple Guts Self-Driving Car Project

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

Apple has decided to revamp it’s project code named Titan, Apple’s vision of a Self-Driving Car, according to the New York Times. After over two years of development, newly appointed veteran Bob Mansfield guts the project which will set Apple behind it’s peers in pursuit of a Self-Driving Car. Apple Guts Self-Driving Car Project Hello […]

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Fuel economy and new engine oils

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

As part of the new 2017 EPA emissions regulations for diesel engines, two new types of diesel oil are being developed. CK-4 oil is backwards compatible with all current and diesel engines, however will provide better performance than currently available oils. FA-4 type oil will only work in next-generation diesel engines and will provide better […]

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Gasoline Prices Fall Amid Switch to Winter Blend

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

There’s more than just relief from hot temperatures, leaf-peeper trails in the upcountry, and kid-free time, available in autumn’s range of perks. Count in lessening oil prices too. Generally, as retailers switch to their winter products, which must have the ability to evaporate at lower temperatures, making them less expensive to produce, consumers can expect […]

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Driven by the desire to do more: The 2018 Freightliner New Cascadia

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

As the demand for more fuel efficiency, and less emissions to help sustain and rebuild the environment, Freightliner has done amazing works by increasing fuel efficiency by eight percent. Hoping to reach the goal of five percent, the engineers at Freightliner have surpassed their own expectations. With updates in design and mechanical layout has made […]

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Contra Costa County Moves to Renewable Diesel

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

In the wait of a major earthquake, California’s Contra Costa County is making leaps towards using renewable biodiesel to improve emissions, and decrease use of non-renewable resources like our regular fossil fuels. They have increased their growth of electric cars on the road and it looks as if it will continue to climb. Contra Costa […]

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Driverless Cars to Shrink Insurance Premiums

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

Driverless Cars should shrink insurance premiums by 20 to 40% by 2050, according to a report, even if there is only limited adoption of driverless cars. This would like be due to accident repair claims falling. The forecast assumes claim frequency would decline by 81%. This could greatly increase insurance industry volatility. Key Takeaways: Hello […]

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VW May Cease Sales of Diesel Models

By Team Writer / a couple of years ago

Volkswagen installed emissions software on more than a half-million diesel cars in the U.S.—and roughly 10.5 million more worldwide—that allows them to sense the unique parameters of an emissions drive cycle set by the Environmental Protection Agency. According to the EPA and the California Air Resources Board, who were tipped off by researchers in 2014, […]

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