Anti-Tesla Bill Signed, Titanium-Dioxide Battery, Charging Station Combo: Today's Car News


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We've got lots of electric-car news today. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signs an anti-Tesla bill, researchers claim a new titanium-dioxide battery can charge faster and last longer, and an Italian site covers all of the DC fast-charging bases. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signs a bill banning Tesla Motors direct sales in the home state of the Big Three U.S. carmakers.

With CHAdeMO, CCS, and Tesla Supercharger stations, an Italian electric-car charging site offers something for everyone.

Researchers claim an experimental titanium-dioxide battery can recharge in five minutes, and last up to 20 years.

Is gas mileage really the primary factor when buying a car? A new study says it is.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released an updated list of every U.S. car affected by the Takata airbag recall.

Finally, a look at autonomous cars and how they could improve the world, or ruin it.

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