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We Have a Winner!

08.16.2014

We asked you to vote for your favorite business sign, and you picked a winner (by a landslide)! Find out what sign got the most laughs, right here. 

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Plug-in Hybrid Conversions: A Year to Get Your Investment Back

08.14.2014

There are 250 million vehicles on American roads, many of them high-mileage commercial vehicles. Could we double their fuel economy by plugging them in?

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Today: The Right Tool for Mounting Tires?

08.12.2014

David goes through a lot of tires, so he mounts them himself using a lug wrench. He's ready to upgrade to the right tools, if the right tools are $50 or less. Tom and Ray say $50 isn't going to get him what he needs. Find out what's involved in mounting a tire, right here. 

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Electric Vehicle Explainer

08.07.2014

What's under the hood of an EV? Do they even keep the important stuff under the hood? Find out what makes your EV go, right here. 

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Is an EV Right for Me?

08.07.2014

All cars may be electric someday, but right now they’re a niche market and not for everybody. Take our quiz and find out if an EV is right for you, right here.

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Electric Car FAQs

08.07.2014

Get answers to common questions about Electric Vehicles, right here. 

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Electric Car Buying Guide

08.07.2014

Considering an EV? The choices are growing, from two-seat economy cars to luxury performance vehicles. Find out what’s on the market, right here. 

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Today: Fan is Stuck on High

08.07.2014

The fan in Lindsay's 2005 Hyundai Sonata blows full blast, even when it's set to Off. The heat and AC still work. Tom and Ray say she can either fix her fan the right way, or take the cheap and easy way out--using paperweights to keep her stuff from blowing away.

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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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Rainy Day Mathematics

08.05.2014

Tim's noticed that he has to run his windshield wipers at a faster rate when in motion than he does when waiting at a light, and wants to know why. Tom and Ray say his question can be solved with calculus. Are they qualified to perform these advanced mathematical calculations? Find out here. 

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