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Category Archives: Law/Government
For Ford, government fleets are very important. Especially law enforcement,a market which they have dominated for years with the Crown Victoria. But with its recent demise, they’ve had to work twice as hard to maintain that dominance. To help them … Continue reading
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has proposed a law which would require automakers to install backup cameras on all cars by 2014.
The EPA and DOT are proposing a new fuel economy label, with two options proposed.
Autocar reports that the Pagani Zonda successor, the C9, will be receiving US homologation.
Mahindra’s diesel pickup trucks have received certification from the Environmental Protection Agency, meaning that they should be arriving in the US soon.
Washington State is banning copper in brake pads to reduce water pollution.
Quebec has given the import of right-hand-drive cars the thumbs down for the next six months so that they can evaluate safety concerns.
Canada has decided to implement their first-ever emission standards, based on the recently introduced US standards. Previously, Canada didn’t have standards. There were guidelines in place, but compliance was not mandatory.
Horchaus, the Canadian distributor for MTM, has been given permission by Audi to import Europe-only Audis into North America. The cars in question are the RS4 Avant, RS4 Convertible, S3, RS6 and RS6 Avant, Q7 V12 TDI and TT RS.
Two Democrats in the Michigan State House have introduced a bill that would mandate environmental activism into the curriculum of driving school. Of course, this would only affect Michigan, but nonetheless, this could spread to other states, and even to … Continue reading