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Bamboo is cheap, strong and absorbs vibration, plus it's a local material in transportation-challenged places like Africa with no bike-building history.
Drivers in the Peach State pay an average of $4,233 to own a car for a year. In tax-and-spend Oregon, it's just $2,204. What gives?
open your mind.
Those who have ridden these mostly human-powered machines say it's kind of like surfing, but on the street. Curious?
Fuel prices have dropped a bit, but who says $3.59 a gallon doesn't break the bank? If you need a reliable, affordable pre-owned vehicle that's decent on gas, look no further than this list.
Slim enough to cut through traffic, sturdy enough to make you feel protected. This could be a game changer.
A specialized version of the company's P12 jetpack, designed for first-responder emergency crews and the military, will be ready by summer 2014.
The busy billionaire won't devote much energy the project, but hopes to get a subscale demonstration model off the ground soon.
Elon Musk wasn't the first with a futuristic idea. The transportation industry has seen a mixed bag of game-changing technologies and utter failures.
Elon Musk wasn't the first to come up with a visionary transportation scheme.
Auto buying is skewing older, as young people desert the showrooms. Here's how to get them back.
Most deluxe systems are too complicated for their own good, designed by engineers for engineers. They're distracting, and aggravating. Here's one that works.
Video: Tired of London’s sometimes terrifying bicycle traffic, 2 guys came up with an alternative to biking on the ground, creating a bike that allows them to fly through the air like E.T.
General Motors dropped the price of the 2014 Volt by $5,000 to $34,995.
This is one of the lowest monthly payments for any car on the road. Auto companies have to move the electrics, and that means Crazy Eddie-type pricing.
Mark Stewart didn't want to pay the $1,000 delivery fee on his Organic Transit ELF, so he's driving it from North Carolina to Massachusetts. We caught up with him in Connecticut.
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