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Coronavirus Update: Auto Insurers Returning Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars In Premiums To Car OwnersAt least two auto insurers are giving back hundreds of millions of dollars in premiums to car owners.
Toyota Adds 1.8 Million Vehicles To Fuel Pump RecallToyota is recalling more vehicles due to issues with fuel pumps.
Honda Recalls Odyssey MinivansHonda is recalling 241,000 minivans because of a wiring problem that could cause a fire.
NJ Bill Would Help Make Electric Cars More AffordableNew Jersey may soon offer one of the best electric car incentives in the country; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Automakers Revealing The Vehicles Of Tomorrow At Consumer Electronics ShowThe Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, and it's not just showcasing gadgets like computers and smartphones; Kara Tsuboi reports for CBS2.
Tesla On Autopilot Crashes Into Police Cruiser, Another Car In ConnecticutA driver was issued a summons after a Tesla on autopilot crashed into a police cruiser and a disabled car in Connecticut.
New Bill May Allow Self-Service Pumps In HuntingtonRight now the only places in America that mandate full-service pumps are New Jersey, parts of Oregon, and Huntington, Long Island. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New Jersey Drivers Warned About Deer CollisionsIf you drive in New Jersey, you may have noticed more deer out on the roadways, and that means sometimes cars end up colliding with them. It’s a dangerous time for both animals and vehicles, reports CBS2’s Nick Caloway.
General Motors Expanding Recall Of Chevrolet Trax SUVsGeneral Motors is expanding its SUV recall linked to faulty suspension.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Stage Slow-Down Protest In NYC Over App ChangesHundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers staged a protest Tuesday morning across the Brooklyn Bridge. They made their way up Manhattan’s East Side, protesting changes in their pay and working conditions. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
48,000 GM Workers Strike, Negotiations ContinueThe union and General Motors failed to reach a new labor deal before the old contract expired at midnight. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
NYC DOT Looks To Eliminate 100 Parking Spots In Favor Of Electric Car Charging StationsIn an effort to go green, the Transportation Department wants to install charging stations for electric vehicles. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Ford Recalling 550,000 Pickups And SUVs In North AmericaFord is recalling more than half a million pickup trucks and SUVs in North America.
Snapshot NY: 70 Years Of History In One CarSteve Overmyer takes a ride in the car used in New York City's historic ticker-tape parades, the Chrysler custom-built Imperial Phaeton built in 1952.
Ford Recalling More Than 108,000 Midsize Cars In North AmericaThe recall covers certain Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ cars from the 2015 model year. The company says the cars’ front seat belt cables can lose strength due to heat buildup and may not adequately restrain passengers. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Track Assembled For The 2019 New York City E-Prix RaceThe New York race in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn happens July 13 and 14, part of the fifth season for the single-seat racing series. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
How Much Will The Philly Refinery Explosion Affect The Price Of Gas?Sal Risalvato of the New Jersey Gasoline C-Store Automotive Association talks about how the South Philadelphia refinery explosion is going to impact how much people pay at the pump.
Automakers Pushing New Tech To Fight Teen Driver Distractions, Improve SafetyOver the past five years, nearly 3,500 people have been killed in crashes involving teen drivers between Memorial Day and Labor Day. CBS2's Kenneth Craig reports.
Web Extra: Extended Interview With Transportation Commissioner Polly TrottenbergTimes Square is where Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg talked one-on-one with CBS2's Dave Carlin about a vision of Manhattan as a paradise for pedestrians with more foot traffic plazas and more bike lanes.
Watch The New York International Auto Show Preview!CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer offers a look into the 2019 International Auto Show underway at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
DMV Offering 9/11 Remembrance PlatesThe new license plate is honoring those who died in the attack. New Yorkers will be able to request the special plate for an initial $85 fee.
NYPD Sends Letter To Google Over Waze AlertsPolice in New York City don't want Google's navigation apps to alert drivers to speed cameras positioned on city streets. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Council Considers 'Panic Button' For Taxi, Livery CarsA New York City Council committee is considering “panic buttons” for drivers of taxis, street hail liveries and for-hire vehicles, but ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft want an app-based system instead. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
A Talk With Project Yellow Light Founder Julie GarnerCBS2’s Alex Denis sits down with Project Yellow Light’s founder, Julie Garner, about the group's scholarship program aiming to help prevent texting and driving - all in the memory of Garner's son, Hunter,

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