Why electric auto’s newest player SF Motors hasn’t said much… until now.

By SF Motors2018-03-27 23:42:25 UTC Just about everyone is buzzing about electric vehicles these days. Yet, despite charging stations popping up at work, and autonomous rideshare safety systems dominating the nightly news, most of us still drive (ourselves) to the gas station pump every week. The EV industry has been plagued with production and affordability […]

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Uber is selling off its auto-leasing business

The company leasing cars to U.S. Uber drivers is being snapped up.Image: Jeff Chiu/AP/REX/Shutterstock By Shannon Connellan2017-12-27 02:53:55 UTC After confirming the closure of its auto-leasing business, Xchange Leasing, Uber is now reportedly selling it, according to The Wall Street Journal. The buyer? Car ownership startup Fair.com. Uber announced in September that it would be shutting […]

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NAACP issues travel advisory for American Airlines

The NAACP has issued a national travel advisory warning people about flying with American Airlines. In a press release, the social justice organization said it was “alerting travelers — especially African-Americans — to exercise caution, in that booking and boarding flights on American Airlines could subject them to disrespectful, discriminatory or unsafe conditions.” The advisory […]

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Rich residents just found out someone bought their street and they are not happy

Home sweet home.Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock By Sasha Lekach2017-08-08 23:45:50 UTC Residents of a posh micro-neighborhood in San Francisco just found out that if you don’t pay your taxes you can get screwed. And that, yes, that even applies to the super rich. Presidio Terrace is a privately owned oval street nestled against the Presidio golf course […]

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