Memorial Day Memo: Don't Drive Like an Idiot (or My Brother)


I prove that it's not hard to drive like a complete moron this holiday weekend. But you can also drive smart and actually save bundles of money at the pumps.


The Hydrogen Highway: Lots of Fuel-Cell Cars, But in Pockets of America


The fuel-cell revolution is coming, and sooner than you'd think. Automakers are planning significant volumes in 2015, but they'll be deployed around the hydrogen stations--like the network Proton OnSite is building.


Carbon Pioneers: A Swedish Family Dramatically Cuts Its CO2 Production


The Lindell family of Stockholm, Sweden, is living in the middle of a corporate greenhouse gas reduction experiment that includes an ultra-green house and a battery-powered Volvo C30.


The Big Three, Off Life Support and Profitable, Are Making Good Cars Again


The Big Three are baaa-ck, after a long, agonizing skid. With Chrysler announcing Monday that it has finally turned a modest $116 million profit in the first quarter, all of America’s carmakers are back in the black. What a relief. I hate “The Big Two.”