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‘Right to repair' battle heats up in Mass.

It's independent repair shops and aftermarket parts retailers against most major automakers; both sides are wagering millions to tilt voters in their favor.

La. dealership shelters employees, community after hurricane

Lake Charles Toyota sheltered 31 people and nine animals Aug. 27 as the hurricane blew through southwest Louisiana, damaging homes and businesses. In the weeks after the storm, the dealership continued to be home base for store employees and others.

Jeep travels road to electrification

By the end of next year, the brand will have a varied powertrain portfolio that plays in the electrified and diesel spaces, in addition to multiple three-row options and a redesigned Grand Cherokee.

Zoox gets driverless car test permit in Calif.

The new permit allows the company recently acquired by Amazon to test two autonomous vehicles without a driver behind the wheel on specified streets near its Foster City headquarters.

FCA wins $949M credit line from European bank for EV production

Investments to manufacture battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid EVs will be mainly directed at FCA plants located in southern Italy, supporting employment and compliance with the strictest environmental criteria.