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Automakers have to fix, reimburse, or even buy vehicles back
The auto industry came up short in the 2018 federal budget, with spending postponed for electric and other “green” vehicles and infrastructure, despite targets introduced last year to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada has been slapped with a $1 million penalty for adding “mandatory fees” that raised prices beyond what was advertised.
With sales taxes on some purchases to become as high as 25%, is British Columbia’s status as Canada’s luxury car playground about to come to an end?
Daimler, VW, and BMW allegedly colluded to work around regulations and overpower competitors
Surveillance footage shows the dog subjected to high-pressure water jets and strong cleaning agents
Fiat Chrysler has been accused of illegal emissions software tampering in its diesel SUVs and pickups
Quebec woman stores car in neighbour's parking spot for more than two decades, Supreme Court says it's hers now
Road safety advocates and the public are concerned making marijuana legal will lead to more crashes and driving fatalities
The new rules also mean you also no longer have to have the test done in order to register a newly purchased car
After 27 years of driving around with them without complaint, Lorne Grabher has now had his vanity plates deemed offensive
German automaker pled guilty to conspiracy, obstruction of justice and introducing imported merchandise by means of false statements
The California DMV is reminding motorists ordering customized plates that if you want '69' on them, your car better be from that year
Province's green car incentive program scrutinized after tweaks to apply it to Teslas are followed by politician being hired by automaker
The federal government has awarded AddEnergie a $7-million-dollar contract to build 1,000 EV charging stations across the country by 2019
Ruling upholds earlier verdict that speed-camera fines are unconstitutional
A research paper reveals automakers that import vehicles into the U.S. may have to bump prices by thousands to recoup proposed U.S. tariffs