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Having Problems with Your Car’s Windows Sliding Down?

Are you frustrated because your car windows won’t stay up? Many vehicle owners in Tampa have problems with sliding car windows. Keep reading to learn more about why this happens and how expert repair services can keep your door windows in place. 3 Reasons for Windows that Won’t Stay Up Sometimes, your vehicle’s windows won’t […]

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Tesla’s NACS connector will be standardized by SAE

The move to Tesla’s NACS system won’t affect the federal government’s funding of a nationwide charging network. For federally funded EV chargers, including the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure program, “CCS and NACS connectors and adapters are eligible for funding. This means federal funding is available to build charging infrastructure that can service all EV drivers,

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Canada’s LeddarTech going public | Automotive News

LeddarTech Inc., a Canadian automotive software company, is going public through a merger with a blank-check company led by Qualcomm Inc.’s former president, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. The transaction will give LeddarTech a pro forma equity value of $348 million, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information. The

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Suppliers take a close look at proposed EPA emissions rules

Last week, the EPA released the strictest limits on tailpipe emissions in its history, a move that figures to spur more EV sales and cut down on pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, the country’s biggest driver of greenhouse gas emissions. The EPA said its proposed light-duty standards for the 2032 model

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Led by BMW, 2022 profits soared at Europe’s biggest automakers

Europe’s biggest automakers posted record profits in 2022 despite mostly flat sales and supply chain and logistics problems. Net profits rose 22 percent to a record total of 67.8 billion euros ($73.6 billion) at the six largest Europe-based automakers: BMW Group, Mercedes-Benz, Renault Group, Stellantis, Volkswagen Group and Volvo Car (see table, below), plus the

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