Many of us are looking at methods to reduce our impact on the environment, including our choice of vehicle.
An often overlooked externality of vehicular emissions is the damage they cause to public health.
When Will Electric Vehicles (EVs) Outnumber Gas-Powered Cars? Analysts think 2038 will be the magic year, but it could be sooner...
It looks like we might have to wait some two decades for electric vehicles (EVs) to displace internal combustion cars as the kings of the American road.
Taking simple measures to reduce the waste we produce literally could mean the difference between life and death for Mother Earth and her inhabitants.
If you factor in the carbon emissions associated with producing and delivering the extra food required to feed a rider of a conventional bicycle, charging up an e-bike from your grid-based electrical outlet may be better for the environment.
Volvo will only sell hybrid and electric cars beginning in 2019, signaling a shift in the auto industry toward more fuel-efficient cars…
Fuel cell cars from Toyota and Honda are now available to drivers in California and coming soon to the northeastern U.S. as well once more refueling stations are built there.
We waste lots of time and fuel and emit lots of greenhouse gases when we are behind the wheel circling around and around the block looking for parking…
A couple hurdles are keeping consumers from making the leap to electric vehicles (EVs): lack of charging stations and the price of the cars.
Clocking Fewer Miles Car Buying Is Down and We’re Driving Less. Has the Love Affair with the Car Come to an End?
Car Buying Is Down and We’re Driving Less. Has the Love Affair with the Car Come to an End?