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Here’s what you need to know about Turo

how Turo works

It’s been called the Airbnb of the automotive world, and in a way that’s exactly what Turo is. Just like Airbnb lets users rent out their homes to tourists in need at a rate that is usually more affordable than booking a hotel room or cottage, Turo let’s its users rent out their vehicles to others just like a rental ...

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LIST: 12 cities agree to only buy electric buses starting in 2025

The mayors of 12 global cities recently signed the C40 Fossil-Fuel-Free Streets declaration, which aims to promote the adoption of mass transit that emit no polluting emissions. In other words, these cities announced that starting in 2025, they will only buy electric buses for their transportation network. London, Paris, Los Angeles, Copenhagen, Barcelona, ​​Quito, Vancouver, Mexico City, Milan, Seattle, Auckland ...

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CAR NEWS: The Mazda6 will offer a turbo engine next year

Mazda6

Known for offering a drive that is more dynamic than most of its rivals, the Mazda6 nevertheless had a fairly obvious disadvantage compared to its recently renewed competition, the absence of a turbocharged engine. Mazda will be back on track next year with the 2018 Mazda6, which will be showcased in a few weeks at the Los Angeles International Auto ...

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The 2018 Kia Stinger GT starting at $ 44,995

Kia Stinger

One of the most anticipated models of 2017, the Kia Stinger GT is about to arrive at the brand’s dealerships with a starting price of $ 44,195 for the entry-level model, and $ 49,995 for the fully equipped Limited version. Matt St-Pierre is currently in California where the manufacturer announced pricing this morning for its new flagship sedan. Unveiled at ...

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TECHNO: Ford has a few off-road autonomous driving systems in the works

Autonomous driving technologies are becoming more prevalent, and many more are to be expected. These technologies are primarily designed for traditional road use, but Ford is apparently developing systems that would allow its SUVs and trucks to navigate off-road trails on their own. Still at an early stage, these technologies would be able to warn the driver first and foremost ...

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