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- Mobile App Linked To Traffic Signals Unveiled In Walnut Creek Walnut Creek has unveiled a mobile app for drivers that is tied into the city’s traffic lights, providing drivers with audible cues on how long before the lights will change.
- Uber Driver Arrested In Road Rage Incident With Cyclist At Fisherman's Wharf In San Francisco An Uber driver was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon Sunday in an alleged road rage incident with a bicyclist at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.
- Consumer Advocates Fighting Bill That Discloses Recalled Cars At Used Dealerships A bill meant to protect you from driving off the used car lot in a recalled car is one step closer to becoming law, but consumer groups are not happy.
- Cheap Gas Likely To Last Next 20 Years As Global Oil Prices Continue Plummeting California continues to have the highest prices among all 50 states with $3.20 per gallon -- $ .80 above the national average -- but it's starting to come back down thanks to a drop in the price of crude oil globally.
- Camouflaged Tesla Model X Spotted Cruising Near Palo Alto A person captured what appears to be Tesla's pure electric SUV cruising a Bay Area freeway for a test drive.
- DC Environmental Director To Tout Hydrogen-Powered Car The District of Columbia's top environmental official will be taking a spin in a new car that's powered by air.
- What Caused NorCal Gas Prices To Rise 75 Cents Last Month? The average price of a gallon of unleaded gasoline in Northern California rose by 75 cents in the last month.
- Google Providing Auto Insurance Quotes In California; May Foreshadow Move To Underwrite Own Policies Google is helping California drivers shop for car insurance as part of a new service that could foreshadow the Internet company's latest attempt to shake up a long-established industry.
- SF Goes Crazy Snapping Pictures Of Driverless Future Car Spotted On City Streets Tweets are flying and Reddit users are in a buzz Thursday morning with news that a "mystery car" was spotted cruising around San Francisco Wednesday.
- How Will Insurance Companies Handle Driverless Cars? As auto makers and Silicon Valley companies continue to develop driverless cars, insurance companies are already warning about how they could affect their business practices.