Australia's $1.9 million fine against the supplier follows its agreement to pay a $103.3 million penalty in the U.S. and another $4.9 million in a Canadian case, while a European Union investigation is under way....More
Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Shlomo Hagler ruled the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission overstepped its authority by giving Nissan an exclusive $11 billion contract to supply Nissan NV200 all-electric vehicles for a uniform taxi fleet....More
“Unfortunately...the (federal benefits tax) change is impacting on sales data,” FCAI CEO Tony Weber says on the eve of the federal election. “This indicates consumers are having to stall or forgo their purchases of new vehicles.”...More
The thieves return a key when done inspecting the car, but it’s not the actual one. Either they take the real key with them or hide it in the car and return a short time later to slip in and take it for a "one-way" test drive....More
The auto industry is organizing a A$10 million war chest for an ad campaign starting this weekend against the change in the fringe-benefits tax that will appear on television, in print and on social-media platforms....More
The rules that will be enforced as of January 2014 will require front airbags and antilock braking systems on all new cars sold in the country, features that have been standard for years on autos in most industrialized nations....More
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