San Francisco switches back to e-tolling

The move follows a return to payment rules suspended due to Covid-19.

Lust for trucks and SUVs lowers U.S. vehicle fleet fuel efficiency for 2019

There is a silver lining: efficiency is projected to rise to an all-time high for 2020.

US Attorney’s Office of the Northern District of Ohio collects more than $40 million in civil and criminal actions for fiscal year 2020

U.S. Attorney Justin Herdman announced today that the Northern District of Ohio office collected $28,603,085.75 in civil and criminal actions in the fiscal year 2020 (FY 2020). Of this amount, $21,612,213.13 was collected in civil actions, and $6,990,872.62 was collected in criminal actions. Additionally, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio, working with partner agencies and divisions, collected $11,469,460.00 in asset forfeiture actions in FY 2020. Forfeited assets deposited into the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund are used to restore funds to crime victims and for various law enforcement purposes. Accordingly, a combined $40,072,545 was collected by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio in FY 2020.

Ford Moving Electric Car Production to Mexico

The Ford Motor Company has sent shockwaves through the motor vehicle industry circles with a surprise decision to relocate the production of one of its latest electric vehicle factories from Michigan, US, to Mexico. The company announced the big decision citing lower labor costs in Mexico. The decision would enable the world-leading automaker to produce a costly vehicle model without spending too much on labor. Additionally, the company chose to build a new self-driving car at its plant in Detroit, US.

Two former Apple insiders are building a laser technology startup to fuel the electric car boom

Two former Apple insiders are building a laser technology startup to fuel the electric car boom.