Tesla Of The Truck World? Silicon Valley Company Turns Commercial Vehicles Into Electric Green Machines
A Silicon Valley company could become the Tesla of the commercial truck world. The company called Wrightspeed is converting dirty trucks into clean, electric machines.
Lyft is getting rid of the pink-fur mustache as we’ve come to know it. In a re-branding move, the easy to spot symbol, from the app-based service is getting scaled down to the new, “glowstache”.
Once upon a time, you had to get on a waiting list just to test drive a Prius at the Toyota dealer, in Berkeley. Not so, anymore. If sales are the bottom line, it looks like the darling of the Bay Area’s hybrid crowd has lost its luster.
The head of self-driving cars for Google expects real people to be using them on public roads in two to five years.
Americans are more likely to die from guns than cars, according to data gathered by the Centers for Disease Control.
Three automakers have now agreed to nationwide airbag recalls and more replacement parts are being made, but auto industry analysts say fixing all the defective vehicles could take years.
Hydrogen cars may not be as green as they seem even though they’re zero-emission.
Average gas prices fell 24 cents in California last month and further in the Bay Area, continuing a downward trend seen across the country, according to the American Automobile Association’s Northern California chapter.
Lou from San Francisco wants to know if its legal for a person to stand in an empty parking spot and “hold” it for a driver. Elizabeth Wenger has the answer in this week’s edition of What Drives You Crazy.
Residents in the downtown area have said many bicyclists make walking on sidewalks dangerous, while bike riders have argues streets are not properly marked and too narrow to bike on.