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In San Francisco, Uber drivers can now pick up riders on their regular commutes to and from a second job.
Google says it caps the speed of the prototype vehicles at 25 mph for safety reasons.
Lexus made a drivable cardboard car that's 100 percent recyclable.
For years, Volkswagen strived to produce and sell more motor vehicles than any other manufacturer in the world, putting quantity over quality.
VW equipped cars with software that turns off emissions controls when driving and turns them on during an emissions test.
The P85D scored 103 points on the magazine's 100-point ratings scale.
With summer winding down, we take a look at some of the planet's strangest recreational vehicles roaming our highways.
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