Under current laws, driverless cars in California are not immune from traffic tickets. All drivers, regardless of whether the vehicle has a human driver or is driverless, must abide by the same road rules and traffic laws. If a driverless car violates a traffic law or ordinance, it can be ticketed. However, it should be noted that driverless cars have not been ticketed yet in California.
offer On October 2nd, 2020, the members of United Auto Workers Local 677 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, representing 1,100 Mack Trucks employees, voted overwhelmingly to reject a contract offer and go on strike. The contract offer was negotiated between Mack management and UAW leadership, both of which have agreed to resume talks and negotiation. Union members […]
U.S. engine maker facing largest Clean Air Act penalty ever over emissions test cheating accusations
In 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice accused the U.S. engine maker, Cummins, of cheating on emissions tests. The two entities said that the company, which supplies diesel engines to many truck and bus manufacturers, had installed a defeat device on models sold between 2007 and 2018. Under this device, […]
Disney has dropped all claims except for First Amendment protection in its political retaliation suit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. The suit was initially filed in October 2020 after Disney suffered job and tax losses due to DeSantis’ retaliation against the company for its stance opposing Florida’s COVID-19 pandemic-related restrictions. DeSantis was accused of engaging […]