Many believe that the electric vehicle is the best hope for a future less dependent on fossil fuels. There have been pushes by many to popularize them. But still, even with high gasoline prices, they just don’t seem to be catching on in a significant way with the car buying public. This week, with everything Read on! →


Speeding tickets are a pain and since some people would rather use a high-tech solution than cure their lead feet, so they plunk down some cash on radar detectors. The devices can read if a police officer is lying in wait in a speed trap ahead, but there are some things to know about taking Read on! →


For some time, there has been a lot of drama concerning a possible Formula One race in New Jersey in 2013, as the world’s premier race series wants to make an American Gran Prix a regular fixture. However, the proposed F1 New Jersey event might be canceled. Contracts for F1 New Jersey reportedly shredded For Read on! →


Hyundai is helping the Municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark to meet its goal of being carbon-neutral before 2025. The Korean automaker is leasing 15 hydrogen powered Tucson ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles to the Danish capital. Hydrogen powered Tucson ix35 SUVs These revamped versions of the popular Tucson ix35 SUV are powered by hydrogen and give off Read on! →


Range limitation is the Achilles’ heel that has kept the electric vehicle from catching on in a bigger way. Electric car maker Tesla Motors is doing something about that. It plans to use the sun to charge the batteries of EVs from coast-to-coast for free with its Supercharger network. Musk unveils Supercharger network Tesla’s founder Read on! →


It’s not just about how clean your engine is or how few miles your car may have on the odometer. The color of your old car also helps determine its resale value. More exotic or trendy tones may also take more patience to move, in addition to a possible price cut. The color of resale Read on! →


Think that you should resort to a professional at the first signs of trouble with your sunroof? Not exactly. Try to fix it yourself by following these guidelines. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. How reliable is your sunroof? Unfortunately, the average power sunroof is less reliable than the average power Read on! →


Let’s just say that you’re having a little bit of trouble with a leaky sunroof. It pops, it scrapes and it cries. You love water, but not all over your head, lap and the leather upholstery of your sweet baby on wheels. Work must be done immediately, as winter is on its way. Here’s some Read on! →


There seems to be a trend is some states to push for higher speed limits. A recent study from Utah showed that the practice may actually reduce accidents and fatalities. ¬†Other studies disagree. Are higher speed limits safer? In 2009, The Utah Department of Transportation, in a test program, raised the speed limit from 75 Read on! →


Last year, Goodyear announced that it was working on self-inflating tires, partially thanks to a grant from the Department of Energy. Goodyear has the tires working in the prototype stage and is set to begin testing next year. Government grant helps Goodyear to make self-inflating tires Last year, leading tire manufacturer Goodyear received a $1.5 Read on! →