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Fiat Chrysler could recall roughly a million cars due to emissions issue

The Jeep Cherokee is one of many vehicles possibly affected by this problem.


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles might recall more than a million cars due to an emissions problem, the Detroit Free Press reported Wednesday. In testing conducted by the automaker, its 2.4-liter Tigershark four-cylinder engine, which is used in a wide range of FCA products, may produce excess emissions.

FCA is working closely with the Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board on this problem. Should the recall go through, it’s unclear exactly which years, makes and models will be affected, but the Tigershark engine was used in

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New Hampshire is first state to allow flying cars on the road

This is the Switchblade, which was supposed to arrive last year.


Samson Sky

We’ve been promised flying cars for seemingly decades, and although we still don’t have one ready for production, New Hampshire has gone ahead and given them the OK.

On Wednesday, the Granite State passed House Bill 1182, aka the “Jetson Bill,” into law, and the transportation bill includes a prevision that makes flying cars legal on public roads. There aren’t any to hit the roads today, but it’s a future forward gesture, I suppose.

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Flying cars receive green light in New Hampshire after passing ‘Jetson Bill’

This is the Switchblade, which was supposed to arrive last year.


Samson Sky

We’ve been promised flying cars for seemingly decades, and although we still don’t have one ready for production, New Hampshire has gone ahead and given them the OK.

On Wednesday, the Granite State passed House Bill 1182, aka the “Jetson Bill,” into law, and the transportation bill includes a prevision that makes flying cars legal on public roads. There aren’t any to hit the roads today, but it’s a future forward gesture, I suppose.

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Honda orders office workers to build cars as COVID-19 stifles production

It sounds like quite a shift in work responsibilities.


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Some of Honda’s white collar workforce in Ohio are trading the desk for the assembly line, and that’s an order.

According to WOSU public radio on Wednesday, the Japanese automaker’s plant in Marysville, Ohio is subject to a production staff shortage amid the coronavirus pandemic. As more employees call in sick or quarantine, fewer workers remain to build the numerous vehicles that call Marysville home. The Honda Accord and Honda CR-V are two high

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