Driving the High-End Auction Cars

11.27.2013

Recent prices are going nuts, with a Ferrari Spider fetching $27.5 million--the most ever paid for a road car at auction. The upcoming Dragone event will test the market for top-end collector cars.

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Electric Cars on the Move: The View From Europe

11.25.2013

The big EVS 27 offers a very encouraging vision of an electric car movement getting traction and establishing a real global presence.

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Norway Is Electric Car Heaven

11.20.2013

Norway, yes Norway, is where they're lining up to buy electric cars. The Nissan Leaf is the number one bestselling car in the country. The subsidies are huge, but there's more to it. This is a country in love with zero emission.

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A Zero Emission Fuel-Cell Future....For Japan

11.18.2013

Thanks to government subsidies, Japan has put 40,000 residential fuel cells into Tokyo-area homes in the past few years, and now it's poised to add hydrogen cars, too.

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Ed Begley, Jr., America's Favorite Environmentalist, is Moving

11.13.2013

Reluctantly, the star of Life With Ed is moving with wife Rachelle to a bigger house only a mile from the old one. But with solar panels and a huge rainwater collection system, it will be even greener.

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Big Brother Video Camera Can Improve Your Driving

11.11.2013

This video monitoring system makes teens and fleet drivers behave better. It certainly caught me when I drove like an idiot.

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Why Are We Still Subsidizing Fossil Fuels?

11.05.2013

Every year, governments around the world pay out more than $500 billion to support oil, gas and coal production. Do they really need those subsidies, and aren't we trying to fight global warming by phasing out those fuels?

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The Big Auto Loan Debt is in Tea Party States

11.01.2013

I thought the whole Red State goal was to not get into debt. But the biggest car-related debts are in the redder-than-red southern tier.

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