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Vote Here for the Best Business Sign!

08.05.2014

Vote early and vote often! We've collected the best business signs from across the country and now we want to know: What's your favorite?

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EVs vs. Conventional Cars: What's the Difference?

08.05.2014

What's the difference between an EV and conventional cars? Not a riddle--actual car information this way!

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The Pros and Cons of Owning an EV

08.05.2014

The good news is that EVs are simple, cheap to operate, and benefit the planet. What's the bad news? Range is limited, reliability unproven, and there are high upfront costs.

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London's 100-mpg Taxis: The Mayor Loves 'Em

08.04.2014

Mayor Boris Johnson says the new plug-in hybrids, which look like traditional cabs, are "beautiful" and "a masterpiece."

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Oil Light vs. Dipstick: Which is More Accurate?

07.31.2014

The oil light came on in Scott's 1985 Mercury Grand Marquis, but when he checked the levels himself, they appeared to be fine. Find out which indicator Scott should believe, and why Tom and Ray say he should pony up the extra cash to get the sensor fixed, right here. 

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Coincidence? What Do You Think?

07.29.2014

Entirely random acts of the universe or something more? Car Talk talks to coincidence researcher Suzanne Clores who may be the only person in the history of our lousy show to describe accidentally tuning into Car Talk as "fortuitous". Read it all right here.

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Henry is 9 ~ PMC 2014

07.29.2014

Car Talk supports the Pan Mass Challenge ride to fight cancer. Won't you?

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Today: A Good Time for a Second Opinion

07.29.2014

Donna's Toyota Sienna has been diagnosed with a $4800 repair. How can this be necessary at such low miles and given that Donna drives "like an old lady?" Tom and Ray think the estimate sounds high. Find out what Donna should do, right here.

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Speeding Tickets Gone Wild! UK Edition.

07.28.2014

The Brits are planning to quadruple the maximum fines for speeding-- to over $15,000. Have they gone batty? Jamie Kitman considers the case. 

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Iceland Plugs In (With EV Chargers From Israel)

07.28.2014

The 240-volt Better Place stations that were to have made Israel the world's leading wired country have been diverted to Iceland, where abundant clean energy favors electric cars.

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