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Thursday, December 7, 2023

Honda Recall 2023: Engine Concerns Impact Pilot, Ridgeline, Odyssey, Acura And Other Models

Honda is recalling almost 250,000 vehicles due to a manufacturing error that may damage the engine.

The Hybrid Ramcharger Pickup Is Good For Anyone Scared Of Going EV

Stellantis’ new Ramcharger pickup, expected to go on sale late next year, will be an “electric” truck, the company says. But really, it’ll be a hybrid, with a gasoline engine under the hood, the company announced Tuesday.

UAW To Expand Strike At Ford And GM

The United Auto Workers union is expanding its strike to additional facilities of automakers Ford and GM, the UAW head said on Friday, adding that additional Stellantis members will not be called to go on strike.

Batteries And Black Workers: The Stakes Of The UAW Strike

The union is pushing to get workers at electric-vehicle battery factories, putting fair wages at the center of reducing emissions.

Are ZIP Code-Based Car Insurance Rates A “Form Of Redlining?”

Do majority-minority ZIP codes pay higher car insurance premiums than majority-white ZIP codes? Automoblog analyzed a massive 2017 investigative report published by ProPublica in conjunction with Consumer Reports to find the answer.

How Long Does It Take To Charge An Electric Car?

All the factors that influence electric car charge speeds might seem overwhelming but understanding how long it takes to charge an electric car is just a matter of reframing and learning a few more concepts.

Are Self-Driving Cars A National Security Risk?

In addition to billions of dollars of investment and countless hours of engineering and research, self-driving cars have also brought new questions about safety and security to the industry.

WATCH: Are Flying Cars The Future Of Transportation?

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout meets the Chinese companies striving to make flying cars a reality.

A Flying Car Prototype Just Got An Airworthiness Certificate From The FAA

The Federal Aviation Administration has certified for testing a vehicle that a California startup describes as a flying car — the first fully electric vehicle that can both fly and travel on roads to receive US government approval.

Americans Are Holding On To Their Vehicles Longer Than Ever

Faced with deciding between making a jumbo payment and keeping their existing vehicles, more owners are choosing to stick with what they have, even if it means spending more on repairs and maintenance.

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College Board Releases Revised AP African American Studies Course Material

The College Board released a revised curriculum of its Advanced Placement African American Studies course Wednesday, ahead of an expected Fall 2024 launch.