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GM faces blowback on federal driverless car petition

Jason Levine, executive director of the Center for Auto Safety, a Washington, D.C.-based consumer advocacy nonprofit, said GM’s petition failed to demonstrate its fully self-driving cars match the safety levels required for human-operated vehicles. “Despite a petition of 97 pages, and 78 footnotes, GM has provided no data that establishes…the …

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1 in 6 Uber and Lyft Vehicles Have Open Recalls

“Consumer advocates say Uber and Lyft, with their billion-dollar valuations and technological prowess, can—and should—do far more to ensure consumers are kept safe, and reduce the open recall rate. For example, some advocates point out that Uber and Lyft could use VINs to identify and ban vehicles with open recalls …

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