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A new Harris Poll reveals what behaviors drive us up the wall when we fly.
Move over Tesla, here comes a plug-in hybrid capable of 211 mph and zero to 125 mph in less than eight seconds. They're talking about 78 mpg, but not when the big V-8 is really roaring.
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If proposed legislation in the state is passed, automakers will not be allowed to sell directly to consumers.
Tesla made its first profit in the first quarter of 2013, and it's selling more plug-in cars than GM or Nissan. The stock is soaring, and Consumer Reports is raving.
In a bid to cut down on traffic congestion, Chicago will roll out hundreds of blue, 3-speed bikes in that city's first large-scale bike-sharing program.
The electric vehicle automaker posted its first ever quarterly profit and earned 99 out of 100 points from the consumer rating magazine.
Big hydrogen power plants like the one just installed in Bridgeport, Conn., can complement a fleet of fuel-cell cars.
Solar Impulse founders Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg will alternate piloting the single-seater plane over the 5 legs of the journey.
Video: The FAA is investigating 2 planes clipping wings at Newark Liberty Airport.
Whether they're in search of a snack or just along for the ride, many of our feathered and furry friends are boarding buses and trains across the globe.
Did you think saying 'everybody was doing it' would help you avoid a ticket? Or 'I had to go to the bathroom'? People use these well-worn tactics every day, a survey shows.
Nissan and Electronic Arts joined forces to bring electric vehicles to the popular SimCity game.
The new nanofiber's loose structure allows for it to absorb more energy without breaking.
German carmakers are on a campaign to get Americans to accept clean diesels, and here's the latest entry -- a fuel-efficient midsized SUV with more than 500 miles of cruising range.
Luxury automaker Fisker has officially missed a $10 million payment to the Department of Energy. Is a bankruptcy filing next?
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.