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U.S. auto sales set to maintain hot pace in July

DETROIT (Reuters) - Long Island car dealer Gary Brown is enjoying the summer heat brought on by consumers' increasing demand for new cars and trucks, and like the rest of the industry, expects sales in July will continue the trend.Full story

Ford goes all natural for its trucks

  Richard Cupka, Ford commercial vehicles sustainability lead, discusses some of the features and benefits offered in Ford's new natural gas F-150 truck.

Penske 2Q net income rises 26 pct.

Penske Automotive Group Inc. said Wednesday that second-quarter net income rose 26 percent, boosted by higher demand for cars and trucks. Full story

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NC lawmakers approve sweeping regulations bill

WMass truck driver killed in MD crash

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  Video shows trucks repeatedly hitting bridge

Indiana state highway officials have released video of semi trucks scraping and hitting the bottom of a bridge in downtown Indianapolis in hopes to convince drivers that closing the underpass for repairs will be worth the hassle.

  Breakthrough for autistic boy thanks to stranger

Four-year-old Greyson, who has autism, broke his silence recently to say “I want truck” – a milestone spurred by the arrival of the neighborhood garbage truck, something he looks forward to every week. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

  Fedex employee caught throwing boxes into truck

A Fedex employee was caught on camera throwing boxes into the back of her truck. The shipping company has apologized.

  Greyson speaks, delighted by a garbage truck

Four-year-old Greyson, who has autism, broke his silence recently to say “I want truck” – a milestone spurred by the arrival of the neighborhood garbage truck, something he looks forward to every week. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.

  LOL! Naked baby runs for the ice cream truck

TODAY’s Sara Haines shows Hoda Kotb and guest co-host Carson Daly laugh-worthy photos viewers sent in by viewers, including pics of a naked tot running for an ice cream truck and a dog taking a nap on a baby’s bottom.

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