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China would love to export its cars, but on the basis of these new electrics, that day has not yet arrived.
Yes, cities are putting in public electric car chargers everywhere, but a parallel movement wants to do it all wirelessly.
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Video: New York muggles at Pennsylvania Station recently got a bit of shock when a boy with a caged owl and a British accent began asking for directions to Platform 9 3/4.
2 West Coast states are moving a lot of electric cars, thanks to hard work and great subsidies. But 6 states on the East Coast are pledging to do their part as well.
Video: In a new viral video, the action star performs one of his famous splits while balancing on the mirrors of 2 side-by-side trucks.
Video: If you want to ride the subway in Moscow, you've got two choices: 30 rubles or 30 squats.
Actor tells Esquire that his early-model 2008 Tesla Roadster was not the most dependable vehicle.
Tokyo, which cleaned up its act in the 1970s, is a role model as the Chinese capital starts to address some of the world's worst air pollution.
The human plane just made a series of amazing flights around Mount Fuji in Japan.
Polls show a lot of us want to give up the steering wheel, especially if it saves on insurance. We're not there yet, but we're getting pretty darned close.
Hyundai provided its ix35 fuel-cell car as part of a unique and sustainable city garden in London.
Slated to debut in central California, the all-electric bus costs about $175,000 but is expected to help school districts save $11,000 per year in fuel costs.
It was one of President Obama's signature stimulus programs, and it looked like a roaring success — at the time. Now it's getting some bad reviews, but with some reforms it's still a viable concept.
Yes, these three nuts drove across the country in less than 29 hours, but they are not heroes.
In 25 of 27 EU countries, bikes rule. And there's compelling evidence that pedaling increases the national happiness quotient. Americans? We don't cycle much, and we're not very happy.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.