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These ads must have seemed like good ideas at the time, but now they're just nuts.
Public transit has long been undervalued as a mobility option. Thanks to new technologies and new ways of living, that's changing.
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As the economy recovers from recession, more people are riding transit again. But there are other, long-term reasons for growth too.
The basic idea behind the 'special edition' is to make minor trim differences and call it a new model. If nostalgia can also be evoked, so much the better.
The EPA is proposing new low-sulfur gasoline be phased in starting in 2017. Everybody's happy — well, everyone except Big Oil.
CarPlay will allow users to access their contacts, place calls, have Siri read text messages, use the Maps app and listen to music and iTunes Radio.
There are 4,000 EVs in the state, including plug-in rentals and a statewide network of fast chargers. Why not create a range- and anxiety-free vacation around that?
There are good reasons for the 'Mrs. Doubtfire butts,' slit-like windows and massive front ends — safety and fuel-saving aerodynamics.
18-wheelers are huge fuel hogs and emitters, but they'll be much cleaner under standards coming from President Obama and the EPA.
Turbulence represents a relatively low threat to passengers, but experts are concerned that turbulence could become more common due to global warming.
Which form of travel gives off the fewest emissions? Let's just say it pays to carpool.
Video: Among the cars that fell were a 1962 Black Corvette, a 1984 PPG Pace Car, and a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder.
The Model S is an object of desire, and apparently Americans don't want to wait 6 weeks or more for delivery — especially when the company has reached a stellar #5 in Consumer Reports' brand recognition survey.
She was a 1988 Ford Ranger pickup, and it charged from a rooftop solar installation in Beacon, New York, overlooking Seeger's beloved Hudson River.
The real history goes way back, to the 19th century, and it's far more colorful than the accepted version you've probably heard.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.