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    Tesla vindicated as data shows Agrawal lied about Melbourne hit and run, car was NOT on Autopilot

    Today, Tesla has been vindicated in a multi-year legal battle in Victoria. In March 2022, Sakshi Agrawal claimed her Tesla was on Autopilot when she struck a nurse boarding a tram in Melbourne. After the accident she drove off and was later charged with dangerous driving causing serious injury, failure to stop at the scene of an accident and failure to render assistance. ABC has...

    Logitech’s Pro Racing Wheel Released in ’22, but where are the wheel choices?

    Logitech shook up the sim racing scene when it launched the Pro Racing Wheel and Pedals back in 2022, the brand's first entry into the powerful direct drive space, the Pro Wheel offered incredible realism and precision. However, as time has gone on, one question continues to linger among Pro Racing Wheel owners: Where are the additional wheel options? The Logitech Pro Racing Wheel's quick-release...
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    ARRIVAL showcases microfactories, making electric buses and vans on demand

    Arrival is the latest hot EV startup and have a very different take on manufacturing.

    Nexport partners with BYD to deliver electric buses in NSW, cars and vans are coming

    Last year, the NSW Government announced they wanted to transition the buses used in Australia's largest city, to a fleet of electric buses. After...

    The city of Shenzhen now has 100% electric buses in public transport system

    One of China's largest cities, Shenzhen is the first city to electrify its fleet of buses. The city, home to more than 12 million...

    This driverless bus may take drunk LaTrobe students home safely

    A consortium including HMI Technologies, La Trobe University, RACV, ARRB (Australian Road Research Group) and Keolis Downer will access a grant of $375,000 through...

    Sydney Airport goes green with Electric Blu bus

    Today Sydney Airport unveiled theĀ first electric airport bus in Australia. Major airports put through thousands of passengers per day and many of them park...
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