Is an Apple Car Deal With Hyundia-Kia Getting Closer?

The chatter about a coming announcement from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) that it has struck a deal with automaker Hyundai keeps getting louder. As we noted on Wednesday, the rumor mill began spinning up late last year and the volume knob is now heading toward 11., for example, reported on Wednesday that Apple “is close to finalizing” a deal with Hyundai to build the Apple Car at Kia’s assembly plant in Georgia. The vehicle would be Apple-branded and fully autonomous, with production scheduled to begin in 2024. Earlier reports suggested that production of the Apple Car would total 100,000 in 2024.

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In 2016, Ford’s then-CEO Mark Fields said the company would have robotaxis on the road by 2021. GM had indicated it would have an autonomous vehicle for

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Manchester man killed in second fatal motorcycle crash in days in the Queen City | Public Safety

A Manchester man’s death Friday morning is the second motorcycle fatality in the Queen City this week.

Friday’s crash in south Manchester took place the day before the official start of Motorcycle Week, when thousands of bikers flood into the state to gather and celebrate motorcycle culture in the Lakes Region. The increased number of bikers on state highways and roads inevitably lead to more accidents and fatalities.

According to Manchester police, Emra, 34, had been riding south on Perimeter Road about 6:15 a.m. when he left the road between Triangle Mall and the St. Mary’s Bank branch building. Triangle Mall is located where Perimeter Road joins South Willow Street as it curves past the Mall of New Hampshire.

Emra was thrown from the bike and succumbed to his injuries before first responders arrived, according to police.

On Wednesday night, a motorcycle passenger, Paige Parkinson, 25, died when the motorcycle

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Florida officer killed in motorcycle crash laid to rest

Corrections Captain Mark Elam, an 18-year employee with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, was killed in a crash Thursday while riding his motorcycle to work.

SAN MATEO, Fla. — (Note: The video above was first published April 8.)

A Putnam County Sheriff’s Office corrections officer who died in a motorcycle crash last week has been laid to rest.

Corrections Captain Mark Elam, an 18-year employee with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office, was riding his motorcycle to work on Thursday when he collided with a van in the San Mateo area, the sheriff’s office said.

A celebration of Elam’s life took place Monday at 4 p.m. at Conventry Oaks Farm in Palatka. As a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, the USMC and the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office rendered military honors.

A motorcade procession escorted Elam to the funeral, including officers from Palatka Police Department, Clay County Sheriff’s Office, St. Johns County Sheriff’s

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Cyclists Want To Use Motorcycle Lanes On Weekends Due To A Very Obvious Issue

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Cyclists have often been the subject of significant amount of vitriol online, especially from motorists who find them rather annoying and dangerous on the roads. In response, they’ve come out to make their case – like suggesting that motorbike lanes can be reserved bicycle lanes on weekends.

Faz Adhili, a long-time member of Malaysia’s cycling scene and owner of Plan A bicycle shop, notes that there is a lack of infrastructure available in the country for cyclists, which is why so much misunderstanding happens between cyclists and motorists.

In an Astro Awani interview, he says that even existing bike lanes are often not usable for cyclists due to people not respecting the lanes at all. Plenty of people double-park on the cycling lanes, and some even open roadside stalls on the lane, obstructing the usage for cyclists.

a group of people riding on the back of a bicycle: Cyclists cycling on the road without proper bicycle lanes. (Credit: Faz Adhili)


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