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  • Benefits Outweigh Risks for Autonomous Vehicles - If They Are Regulated
    An interdisciplinary panel of experts has assessed the risks and potential benefits associated with deploying autonomous vehicles (AVs) on U.S. roads and predicts that the benefits will substantially outweigh potential harms -- but only if the AVs are well regulated. "We wanted to assess the potential harms and benefits associated with AVs and determine what the best implementation strategies would be to minimize harms and…
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  • Toyota Corolla Cross: All-New Body Style Adds Utility, Fun
    PLANO, Texas, Sept. 9, 2021 -- Fresh off the sale of the record-setting 50-millionth Corolla, the best-selling car of all time welcomes a versatile new family member with the introduction of the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross. Value-priced and packed with features not typically found in a small crossover, Corolla Cross hits the sweet spot with the engaging driving experience of a small car and the…
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  • As Fall Approaches, National Gas Price Average Edges Lower
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 13, 2021) — With the height of summer in the rearview mirror, motorists are seeing some relief at the pump, as the national gas price average dropped by a penny on the week to $3.17. However, the recovery from Hurricane Ida remains slow, with the latest U.S. data showing just under half of the U.S. offshore oil production in the Gulf still…
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  • U.S. News Announces the Best Labor Day Car Deals for 2021
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 1, 2021 -- U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, today unveiled the Best Labor Day Car Deals for 2021. The list features nine vehicles, including four SUVs, two compact cars, a large car, a midsize car and a luxury sports car. These models are all available with excellent financing, cash back or lease incentives. "The current…
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  • National Gas Price Average Could See Temporary Spikes Following Hurricane Ida
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 30, 2021) —The national gas price average decreased by two cents as of Sunday, the cheapest price since early July, but was back up a penny to $3.15 Monday morning following Hurricane Ida. The storm has left more than one million people in Louisiana and Mississippi without power and likely taken about 13% of U.S. refining capacity offline. There were nine oil…
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Bumper to Bumper helps a listener having battery issues with his 2017 Hyundai Elantra.