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The Feds Want Your Car To Snitch On You

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is on a new mission to understand car crashes. It's proposing a new set of regulations for cars equipped with Automobile Event Data Recorders, or EDRs for short. It's basically a snitch mounted somewhere in the car, and most automotive manufacturers fit one as standard. In fact, the NHTSA pulled a proposal to make it mandatory during the Trump administration because the system was being widely adopted voluntarily.
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Used Ford F-150 Lightning At Florida Dealer Has $193,988 Price Tag

As COVID-19 and the global microchip shortage press on through 2022, new and used vehicle inventories remain slim in many locations. Used vehicle prices are up, and many new cars are selling over MSRP. But what about a new vehicle that's technically a used car? In the case of this 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum, it's advertised for $193,988 – more than $100,000 over its as-new base price of $90,874.
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How to find EV charging stations

Looking for EV charging stations near you? Whether you're considering buying one of the best electric cars, or you're an existing EV owner heading to unfamiliar territory, finding a charger takes a bit of knowhow. After all, unlike gas stations, EV charging stations don't advertise themselves with enormous signs. Thankfully,...
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