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January 8, 2013–Boston, Massachusetts–Tesla, the little car company with the big attitude, recently won a victory when a Massachusetts judge dismissed a lawsuit based on its sales protocols, according to The Car Connection.

The company was faced with legal trouble after other car companies became enraged by what they saw as Tesla’s unorthodox sales techniques. Lawsuits were filed in Oregon, New York, Illinois and Massachusetts, claiming that Tesla was violating franchise laws which prohibit direct sales from auto makers to the public without using a middleman dealer.
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Four people were killed and two were injured in a Los Angeles area car accident after their vehicle went out of control and flew off the 134 Freeway. According to the Los Angeles Times, the fatal crash occurred the night of August 12, 2012 on the 134 Freeway in Eagle Rock. California Highway Patrol officials say a 1999 Ford Expedition that was traveling east in the far left lane hit an asphalt curb, rolled twice and fell through the space between the bridges and about 35 feet onto North Figueroa Street.

Tire Blowout

Witnesses told officials that the Expedition’s driver lost control after a problem with one of the tires. Tire debris was coming off the vehicle before it rolled, officials said. Three people including a 11-year-old girl, a man and a woman died at the scene. Another man died later at the hospital. Two others, a woman and a 6-year-old girl who was thrown from the SUV before it fell off the freeway, remain hospitalized. An investigation is ongoing.

I offer my deepest condolences to the family members and friends of these deceased car accident victims. My thoughts and prayers are also with the seriously injured victims. I wish them the very best for a speedy and complete recovery.
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Heather Peters a Honda Civic Hybrid owner claims that her 2006 sedan does not live up to its promise. The auto manufacturer had made claims that the Civic hybrid would receive about 50 miles per gallon. Because of technical issues, the car has received only 30 miles per gallon.

Peters is not the only one who has noticed a dwindling gas tank. In fact, a recent class action settlement against Honda resulted in rebate coupon to purchase a new vehicle and an award to Hybrid owners that is as little as $100 each.

For many Honda hybrid owners this is the end of the road. They will receive their check and use it to fill up their gas for the week. Peters, however, has refused the settlement. As a consumer, she has decided that Honda’s settlement is unacceptable.
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Goldie Williams Jr, 48, died in a San Bernardino car accident the evening of August 30, 2009 after he lost control of his car and crashed on the 215 Freeway. According to a news report in the San Bernardino Sun, Williams was driving a 2004 Lincoln Navigator south on the 215 Freeway when he lost control of his vehicle while attempting to pass a tractor trailer. Williams apparently veered off the freeway. The Navigator rolled several times. Williams died at the scene while a passenger sustained minor injuries.
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Benjamin Keil Allen, 26, was killed in a San Bernardino car accident early morning on August 12, 2009 when the Toyota Tundra pickup he was off-roading in Loma Linda, California, tipped over and crashed. Allen was driving the Tundra on Mountain View Avenue. He was ejected from the pickup truck and died when the truck ran him over, crushing his head and upper body. Loma Linda fire officials said Allen was not wearing a seatbelt. Three others, who were also in the vehicle at the time, were buckled up and did not suffer any injuries. California Highway Patrol officials are investigating this fatal car accident.
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