Cadillac Doesn’t Plan To Offer Any Hybrids

Image: Cadillac GM is rethinking its EV investment and finally coming around to what Toyota seems to be selling a ton of: hybrids. The first of these hybrids were needed yesterday, but we won’t be seeing them until 2027. That’s when every GM division will roll out a hybrid or plug-in hybrid model. Just don’t … Read more

Wall Street: Speedier Wall Street trades putting global finance on edge

New York: When US markets reopen next Tuesday after the long weekend, everything will likely seem normal. It’s only after the close and in the following days that any cracks are expected to appear. A spike in the number of failed trades, operational glitches and additional costs are among industry fears as the trading process … Read more

Fines, driver’s licences and other fees to increase in South Australia

South Australians will soon be paying more for traffic fines, bus trips and driver’s licences when a raft of new state government charges are increased in just over a month. Various state government charges will increase by an average of 3 per cent from next financial year, meaning a five-year driver’s licence renewal will increase … Read more

Cash withdrawals are up. But is Australia still headed toward being cashless?

While one Australian bank has gone cashless at its branches, recent data shows cash withdrawals have increased at least 3 per cent — which some say is reason for other banks not to follow suit. Beginning May 20, Macquarie Bank customers will not be able to access over-the-counter cash transactions. Over the next few months, … Read more

Clarence Thomas Refuses To Answer Answer Questions About His Sketchy RV Loan

Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court justice who loves road trips in his RV almost as much as he loves stripping people of their rights, got himself into some hot water recently when the New York Times revealed the money for the RV came from a wealthy friend who later forgave the loan. Thomas reportedly made … Read more

Tesla Registrations Continue Falling But That Won’t Stop It Dominating EV Sales

Good morning! It’s Friday, May 17, 2024, and this is The Morning Shift, your daily roundup of the top automotive headlines from around the world, in one place. Here are the important stories you need to know. Tesla Had A Very Interesting Week 1st Gear: Tesla Sales Drop Another 12 Percent Tesla might have had … Read more

Honda’s Hydrogen Big Rig Is A Look At A Commerical Hydrogen Future

Photo: Honda Honda is showing it is getting serious about hydrogen fuel cell technology with the debut of its latest creation: a Class 8 semi-truck that runs on the automaker’s hydrogen fuel cell technology. You can sort of think of this new truck as the start of Honda’s new project meant to expand hydrogen in … Read more

Side hustle tips: Carter started a side job to make a little extra money. It turned into a $172,000 paycheck

Carter Osborne spent two months agonising over whether to leave his full-time job for his tutoring side hustle. He did both jobs simultaneously for five years. But in August 2023, the US resident was promoted to director at his public relations firm, giving him more responsibility. At the same time, his side hustle — editing … Read more

Fisker Waives Destination Charges In Desperate Attempt To Sell Off Remaining Oceans

Image: Fisker It looks like if you’re interested in buying a Fisker Ocean, MSRP will be the price you pay. In a bid to clear out as many as they can, Fisker announced on May 13 that it’s waiving destination charges on leftover Ocean inventory. Henry Lloyd-Hughes Bought His First Car In An English Pub … Read more

Tesla Cybertruck Is Already The Second Most Popular Electric Truck On The Market

Good morning! It’s Thursday, May 16, 2024, and this is The Morning Shift, your daily roundup of the top automotive headlines from around the world, in one place. Here are the important stories you need to know. Tesla’s Cybertruck Has Finally Arrived 1st Gear: Cybertruck Already Beating Out Electric Truck Mainstays The Tesla Cybertruck is … Read more