A Highland Park man, who says he hasn’t smoked for 25 years, was told by Hertz to pay a $400 fee after workers claimed they smelled cigarettes.
Officials from California, New York and other states urged the Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday to allow California to set its own automobile tailpipe pollution standards, an action that would reverse a Trump administration policy and could help usher in stricter emissions standards for new passenger vehicles nationwide.
With pickups outselling passenger cars in the U.S., Ford is betting big on the proposition that lovers of big, noisy trucks can be sold on the virtue of electric motors.
A review of Tesla’s claims around its self-driving technology comes after a spate of accidents and videos showing owners ‘driving’ from the back seat.
Have you noticed? Every weekend, caravans of lowriders and custom cars are cruising and hopping in a resurgent ritual. Van Nuys Boulevard is one of the city’s oldest sites of this resilient SoCal obsession.
The famed photographer choses his favorite films and TV moments that include that pop culture icon, the lowrider.
Investigators in Texas say the owner of a Tesla Model S whose body was found in the back seat after a fiery crash was at least initially in the driver’s seat.
‘Elon’s tweet does not match engineering reality,’ a DMV official wrote after debriefing a Tesla engineer who oversees autonomous driving development.
A unique set of circumstances brought on by the pandemic has roiled the used car market, leading to an inventory shortage that has sent prices soaring.
Driver-assist technology can make driving safer, but it also encourages drivers to zone out. Automakers are fixing that with systems that make sure you’re paying attention to the road.
REI says climate change is an existential threat. But it’s helping Ford market the Bronco Sport.
Auto safety experts and driverless technology advocates hope someone will put an end to Tesla’s word games and rule-skirting.
General Motors, Toyota and others benefited from Americans’ strong demand for new cars and trucks compared with a year earlier, when the spread of COVID-19 shut showrooms.
Weighing the claims of a Tesla whistleblower, an appeals court has issued a ruling that could have big implications for employee rights.
The San Pedro Fish Market, beloved by generations of Latino families and lately by Instagramers, needs to relocate. The owner has big plans to expand.
The One, a 100,000-square-foot mega-mansion in Bel-Air, may be headed for foreclosure as developer Nile Niami owes more than $110 million in outstanding loans.
Lumber prices quadrupled, leading to sticker shock — and some stalled and canceled projects — for homeowners and developers.
The application deadline for the last round of PPP loans is May 31 or when money runs out, whichever comes first. Most of the money is already gone.
A water tower-turned-house comes to market, a rapper lands in the valley, and a Dodgers co-owner lists a historic haunt in a busy June market.
Mask-optional workplaces are almost here, as long as a proposal from California’s workplace safety agency gets final approval. Here’s what would change.
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