Tesla Set To Roll Out First Model 3s In FremontTesla Inc. is set to deliver the new electric Model 3 compact car to its first 30 customers on Friday evening. Kiet Do reports from Fremont. (7-28-17)
ConsumerWatch Weekend RoundupMicrosoft's introduction of an iPhone app to help the blind plus a recall by Honda top this roundup of consumer news with Julie Watts. (7-15-17)
Elon Musk Promises Delivery of Tesla Model 3 Ahead of ScheduleThe first Tesla Model 3s will begin rolling off the assembly line this month but the big question now is: can the company keep up with demand? Len Ramirez reports. (7-7-17)
NASCAR Fans Camping Out, Revved Up, Ready For Big RaceThe roar of the engine and squealing tires is music to their ears. Katie Nielsen talks to fans, drivers and gives an idea of the cost of a NASCAR vacation.
San Jose Sets Goals For Self-Driving CarsAutonomous vehicles could one day cut down on accidents and the Bay Area's biggest city is trying to map out how driverless cars will fit into its future. Len Ramirez reports. (6-2-17)
Tesla Model 3 Spotted Cruising Across San Mateo BridgeTesla's Model 3 sedan was reportedly spotted on a Bay Area Bridge
California Phases Out Highway Lane-Divider 'Botts Dots'You could argue they've saved many lives but now those highway raised pavement markers -- Botts' Dots -- are about to disappear from the state's thoroughfares. Don Ford reports. (5-25-17)
ConsumerWatch: Surviving A Car CrashA new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that your odds of surviving a crash may depend on the size of your automobile. Julie Watts explains. (5-25-17)
BART Parking Lots Vulnerable To Catalytic Converter ThievesProtecting passengers aboard BART trains isn't easy and protecting the cars they leave behind may be an even bigger challenge. John Ramos reports (4-30-17)
ConsumerWatch: Child Car Seat CoatCar crashes are the leading cause of death among children and studies show nearly half of all car seats are used incorrectly. One mom has come up with a solution. Julie Watts reports. (4-13-17)
Legislature Passes Gas Tax Hike, Electric Vehicle Fee To Fix California RoadsLate Thursday evening lawmakers in the state Senate and Assembly passed the transportation plan pushed by Gov. Brown that will generate more than $5 billion per year from fuel taxes and vehicle fees. Betty Yu reports. (4-6-17)
Poll: Drivers Think Bay Area Traffic Congestion Is An EmergencyCongestion has gone from bad to unbearable with a new poll showing 81 percent of residents saying traffic has reached crisis level. Andria Borba reports. (3-30-17)
Gas Tax Hike To Fund Gov. Brown's $52 Billion Plan To Fix California's RoadsGov. Brown and legislative leaders proposed raising $52 billion to fix the state's roads through a big gasoline tax increase, higher car registration fees and a charge on emission-free vehicles. Allen Martin reports. (3/29/17)
Toyota Sees 3-Wheeled Electric Vehicle In Bay Area's FutureThe i-Road is a cross between a car and a motorcycle. And a definite head turner. Betty Yu reports. (3/3/17)
Detroit Car Makers Race To Buy Silicon Valley StartupsAutonomous car technology gets the most press but that's only part of the reason American car manufacturers are racing to snatch up Bay Area tech startups. Betty Yu reports. (2-2-17)
ConsumerWatch: Takata Pleads Guilty To Hiding Air Bag DefectTakata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing a deadly defect in its air bag inflators. Julie Watts reports. (1-13-17)
Holiday Travelers Crossing Snowy Sierra Confront Chains-Required ConditionsA lot of Bay Area drivers are heading to the mountains for a white Christmas but many of them aren't quite ready for the requirement to use chains on the icy Sierra passes. Kelly Ryan reports from Nyack on Interstate 80. (12-23-16)
Uber Defies DMV Demand To Remove Autonomous Vehicles From S.F. StreetsUber's self-driving cars will keep ferrying passengers around San Francisco, the ride-hailing company said Friday, despite California regulators threat of legal action if the service is not suspended. Christin Ayers reports. (12-16-16)
A San Jose Plan To Clean Up Trashy FreewaysSan Jose leaders are fed up with the litter and graffiti along the South Bay city's highways and they have a plan to deal with it. Betty Yu reports. (12-8-16)
Car Lovers Spend Thanksgiving at San Francisco Auto ShowSome people enjoyed a different holiday tradition Thursday by spending Thanksgiving checking out cars at the auto show at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Don Ford reports. (11-24-16)
Auto Show Opens At SF's Moscone CenterThe biggest auto show in Northern California kicks off Saturday in San Francisco. Cate Cauguiran says the next big thing, looks like something out of Back to the Future.
Tech, Clean Power Highlighted At San Francisco Auto ShowThe biggest auto show in Northern California kicked off in San Francisco and KPIX 5's Cate Cauguiran got a sneak peek. (11-18-16)
Bay Area Tech Company Develops 3-D Maps To Make Self-Driving Cars SafeCivil Maps is an Albany-based company developing technology to make self-driving cars smarter and safer. Cate Cauguiran reports. (9-30-16)
Google Self-Driving Car Hit By Red-Light Runner In Mountain ViewA Google spokesman said one of the company's autonomous test vehicles was crossing El Camino Real when another vehicle ran a light and slammed into its side. Sharon Chin reports. (9-23-16)

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