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Noise Free America is going after super-pumped infotainment, which sounds so loud it can actually kill you.
Uber and Lyft are both offering discounted ridesharing services. Today in San Francisco; tomorrow the world.
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Researchers claim that using enzymes to convert biomass to hydrogen could yield significantly more energy than current biomass-to-ethanol efforts.
Good vibes — and a faithful recreation of the acid-test bus — were part of the fun at jam band festivals. But for the planet's sake, modern hippies might want to forget about old VWs and buy an electric instead.
And by scary, we mean awesome. Besides, you can check out these terrifying coasters from the safety of your computer screen.
The Japanese luxury automaker first announced — then withdrew — the LE electric, but now there are hints that it's back on the schedule. Will it be the second EV to charge wirelessly?
Public charging is spreading rapidly, and BMW is the latest automaker to make it free for some users. It's also offering an ultra-cheap, compact fast charger.
The relentless headlines have finally taken a toll on resale values for GM cars, but look before you leap.
And it's all caught on camera! Watch as the driver of a car gets pulled over for tailgating a bicyclist by a police officer intent on protecting cyclists' rights.
How about bringing the Concept B, a very cool 5-door hybrid, to the U.S.? Sorry, only for China. And a hybrid version of the stunning new Fit? Japan's got it. Argggh.
Boeing's flagship 787 is still plagued with battery questions, but it's selling around the world, and the company wants you to see what it can do in the air.
Fans of the exploding '70s economy car bring it back for fun charity runs.
It's the company's first foray into electrics — a sporty hatchback A3 — and it's coming to the U.S. early next year.
Connecting New England to the Pacific Northwest, U.S. Route 20 offers an intriguing transcontinental journey to those traveling by car.
Yes, you can cycle safely (without flashing anyone) in a dress or skirt.
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