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These countries are banning gas-powered vehicles by 2040

The US lags behind other countries when it comes to putting policies in place that will encourage electric vehicle adoption. Some states, like California, are...

Petrol And Service Stations Could Be Forced To Install Electric Chargers

The government has announced a brand-new bill that could actually force petrol and service stations by law to install charging stations for electric and...

Ridesharing Growing Leaps & Bounds

Ridesharing offers consumers a convenient transportation option. Although the industry is still in its infancy, the market has quickly become dominated by two major...

China’s Electric Car Production Will Hit 1 Million a Year By 2018

China’s electric vehicle production is expected to exceed government targets and reach 1 million units next year and 3 million units by 2020. The...

Gas Prices Fall as Autumn Hits US

Even though another hurricane swept across the Gulf of Mexico this past weekend, the average price that consumers pay for gasoline dropped again this...

Shell goes all-in on EV charging stations

The reign of the conventional internal combustion engine vehicle is coming to a close and electric vehicles are poised to dominate. In the most...

U.S. unveils proposal to boost autos content in NAFTA

The United States on Friday unveiled hotly contested proposals for higher regional autos content in the North American Free Trade Agreement, three sources said,...

Why General Motors just bought a self-driving sensor company

General Motors announced that it has acquired Strobe, Inc., a company that has been developing advanced lidar sensor systems for self-driving cars. Strobe's technology has...

Automakers Supporting Revision of Fuel Efficiency Standards

Automakers want federal regulators to revise fuel efficiency mandates because meeting the standard for 2025 of 54.5 mpg would be cost prohibitive and, perhaps...

Americans spend less on transportation today than 3 decades ago

Americans spend less on transportation today than they did back when the first George Bush was president. In 1989, American households averaged 18.9 percent...