The regulations, meant to combat child deaths, have been slowed by years of delay.
The vehicle uses solar panels on its roof to recharge.
Experienced drivers on the road are more than twice as likely to have a car accident or nearly crash while dialing a number on their phone, though the risks are greater for teenagers.
Gas prices are expected to continue on the downward trend in 2014.
More than 94 million people will travel more than 50 miles away from home over the Christmas holiday, AAA said Tuesday.
The projection includes 85.8 million people who are expected to drive to their destinations between Dec. 21 and Jan. 1, 2014, and another 5.53 million that are projected to fly.
Outgoing General Motors CEO Dan Akerson said he does not hear the auto company referred to as "Government Motors" much anymore in a speech proclaiming the 2008 and 2009 bailout of the company a success.
Conservative critics of the federal governments infusion of $50 billion into the Detroit-based GM at the height of the 2008 and 2009 recession labeled the company "Government Motors" because the bailout involved the federal government buying a majority of its stock.
The Obama administration's highway safety chief is stepping down from his post, officials at the Department of Transportation confirmed to The Hill on Thursday.
National Highway and Traffic Safety Administrator David Strickland is resigning after almost four years atop the agency.
The oil giant is on track to spend $42 billion for 2013.
Mary Barra, 51, was appointed to replace outgoing GM CEO Dan Akerson.
General Motors announced on Tuesday it was appointing Mary Barra its new chief executive officer following the retirement of its current leader, Dan Akerson.
Akerson said he was retiring after three years at the helm of the automaker, saying he was proud of the company’s turnaround since it received a $50 billion bailout from the federal government in 2008 and 2009.