The Fiesta Bowl announced that DriveTime has joined as presenting partner of Fiesta Bowl Charities Wishes for Teachers, a grant program that will donate up to $1 million to 200 Arizona teachers in the form of $5,000 grants this year.

This is the first-ever sports partnership for Tempe-based DriveTime, the nation’s second largest vehicle retailer focused solely on used vehicles. The company operates 145 dealerships in 27 states.

“Joining with Fiesta Bowl Charities and Wishes for Teachers is significant for DriveTime because we, like the Fiesta Bowl, believe in supporting community service and we have a history of providing financial resources for education,” said Don Reese, DriveTime chief executive officer. “Wishes for Teachers is exceptional in how it helps schools and teachers upgrade facilities, provide needed equipment and support student learning.”

With the new partnership, DriveTime will sponsor the teachers’ section at the 30th Annual Cheez-It Bowl where teachers sit during the game as part of their game and on-field recognition. The company will also grant 10 teacher wishes during the first-ever Wishes for Teachers Draft Day on Oct. 25, when teachers are selected and informed of their grant award.

Michigan’s Secretary of State has suspended the license of a used-car dealer’s repair facility.

Secretary of State staff conducted a routine inspection at the repair facility for Cars R Us in Flint, which is owned by James Hall. The inspection found the facility to be out of compliance.

The business allegedly failed to maintain records in accordance with the law, failed to provide a customer with a proper invoice, failed to inform a customer of the right to return replaced parts and violated mechanic certification requirements.

Cars R Us then failed to appear for two scheduled conferences with department staff.

Subaru of America, Inc. is recalling 27,175 2010-14 Subaru Legacy and Outback vehicles equipped with a manual transmission.

The electronic parking brake (EPB) may not engage as intended, allowing the vehicle to roll away if the transmission is not in the proper gear when parked.

Subaru will notify owners, and dealers will replace the EPB actuator assembly, free of charge. The recall is scheduled to begin Nov. 7.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) released new federal guidance for automated vehicles, advancing its commitment to supporting the safe integration of automation.

“Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0” (AV 3.0) builds upon — but does not replace — voluntary guidance provided in “Automated Driving Systems 2.0: A Vision for Safety.”

AV 3.0 incorporates the results of engagement to provide updated voluntary guidance and policy considerations for a range of industry sectors, including: manufacturers and technology developers, infrastructure owners and operators, commercial motor carriers, bus transit, and State and local governments.

The draft Guidance will be published in the Federal Register for public review and comment.

Continental Tire the Americas LLC is recalling certain Conti Hybrid HS3 tires, size 11R22.5 LI 146/143, Load Range H with DOT codes A33TKWUY 0818 through A33TKWUY 1318.

These tires may have cords visible through the innerliner. Tires that have cords visible through the innerliner can have sudden air loss, causing a loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash. Continental Tire will notify owners, and dealers will provide replacement tires, free of charge.

The recall was expected to begin in September.

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