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The Advertiser

Adelaide Uber drivers enouraged to use rental cars | Adelaide Now
The Advertiser
ILLEGAL rideshare service operator UberX is encouraging drivers without cars to use rental vehicles as passenger demands ramp up for the festive season.

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NEWS.com.au

Car auctions offer huge savings
NEWS.com.au
Give or take a few thousand dollars, that's how much one astute buyer saved on a 2015 Ferrari F12 berlinetta, with 11,000km on the clock, bought at a recent Pickles luxury car auction in Sydney for $530,000. At a dealer, the same car would cost about ...



Drive

BMW takes responsibility for driverless cars - Drive.com.au
Drive
German brand admits liability for its first fully autonomous car due in 2021.

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The Mercury

Uber drivers using rental cars
The Mercury
“Rental and lease vehicles can help those without the means to buy a new car get on the road and start earning flexible income,'' he said. While Uber advises drivers of the rental option, it is not financially involved in the transaction between a ...



The Sydney Morning Herald

Apple gets vocal on self-driving cars
The Sydney Morning Herald
Apple is wading in to the debate over regulation of self-driving cars, declaring it is excited about the potential for automated transportation and calling on US regulators not to restrict testing of such vehicles. A five-page letter from Steve Kenner ...
Apple letter confirms the tech giant is working on technology linked to self-driving carsNEWS.com.au
Apple set to develop 'driverless' carsSky News Australia
Apple reveals it's working on autonomous cars… sort ofPC Authority
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CNBC

Michigan lets self-driving cars on roads without human drivers
CNBC
Companies can now test self-driving cars on Michigan public roads without a driver or steering wheel under new laws that could push the state to the forefront of autonomous vehicle development. The package of bills signed into law Friday comes with few ...
Michigan Just Passed the Most Permissive Self-Driving Car Laws in the CountryFortune
Michigan's new self-driving car rules are the most permissive in the USQuartz
The state of Michigan just made self-driving-car historyBusiness Insider
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The Australian Financial Review

Self-driving cars: Why they are not for punters | afr.com
The Australian Financial Review
With the pleasure of driving gone and Uber everywhere, the whole point of owning your own car will disappear.

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WIRED

Let's Make Morphing Cars That Double as SUVs
WIRED
Pick-up trucks come in handy when you need to haul stuff around, until you roll into the city and start the fruitless hunt for a parking spot to accommodate all 20 feet of truck. And a little two-seater is great for parking, not so good for that ...



The Australian Financial Review

Car-stealing device the Relay Attack could let a thief take your vehicle
The Australian Financial Review
A device that lets thieves steal cars that use key fobs has been identified by a national watchdog group. The device allows a person to open car doors, start vehicles and drive them away. It suggests the car industry is entering a perilous new frontier ...
This device makes it super easy for thieves to steal your carMashable

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Could electric cars one day be the norm in Canberra?
The Sydney Morning Herald
René Konrad's Model S Tesla turns a lot of heads, and it's not because he can drive from Melbourne to Brisbane without spending a dime to fill up. He charges ...

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