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The Driver, a nurse at the Arab Rehabilitation Association in Bethlehem, was shot and killed by troops.
Palestinian Authority security forces protected driver before IDF arrived on the scene, the IDF spokeswoman said.
Continental is the world’s second-biggest supplier to carmakers.
“Imagine that you are driving in the dark, at night, and you see nothing in front of you,” said BrightWay Vision CEO Ofer David.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.
By GLOBES/DUBI BEN-GEDALYAHU
The ride-hailing giant has been battling regulators for years.
The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research
By LIOR REGEV
A long-time Jerusalem resident chronicles the history of automobiles in the holy city.
By DAVID GEFFEN
Cars will be set up in multiple kibbutzim by April and residents will be able to rent the car by the hour.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Researchers discovered that when employees have convenient access to transport, both in proximity to home and employment, the use of private vehicles for commuting purposes declines from 82% to 68%.
By EYTAN HALON
Rare license plates are often the center of admiration, with one license plate auctioned off for EUR 8.41 million.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
Lion, who is a successful accountant, decided to use his own Audi A8 when mayor. His car is worth some NIS 750,000. However, he will not turn down the monthly salary.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Full commercialization of the project is expected by 2022 and hundreds of self-driving electric vehicles are envisioned once fully rolled out.
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