Polestar Recalls Latest Electric Vehicle Because Of Inverters

October 30, 2020

This company has to recall over 4,600 units because of faulty inverters. Polestar has made mentionbefore that all of the customers involved will be notified as of Novermber 2nd. Furthermore, it's on electric vehicles that the compan is happy with. Spun from Volvo Car Group, Polestar has seemingly given praise to incredible .... Read More

Vision Zero: A Likely Answer For All Of Trucking To Look To

October 13, 2020

“It can never be ethically acceptable that people are killed or seriously injured,” reads the creedo of Vision Zero. Since 1995, this prophecy has been a goal for all players in trucking. On the road, this has encouraged developers to invest in safer technology as well as designing trucks. Even though today’s models .... Read More

NHTSA proposes the number of young children in rear-facing car seats.

September 24, 2020

The NHTSA is proposing a recommendation that all children 26.5 pounds or less to transport in rear-facing seats. Rather, than the existing recommendation for children that are 20 pounds or less. The U.S. auto safety regulators said it is much safer for them to be rear-facing than forward-facing in a crash. Because protectin .... Read More

Compact EVs: THe New Yorkers Choice

September 2, 2020

Compact EVs are becoming a hot take in many areas of the US. For those who live in rural areas, having a bigger and longer-lasting battery is a prominent feature to look for, others do not require the need. For many auto makers, they are scaling back on how they can provi .... Read More

Hyundai Races To Beat Tesla On Home Turf

July 29, 2020

Hyundai is one of the world's largest auto manufacturers. With their goals to move forward with electric vehicles now coming true, the automaker is making headway. Unfortunately, this comes at a time when Tesla is quickly surging ahead. Annual reports are coming out in K .... Read More

Freight Industry Strained by New York City Demand

July 1, 2020

New York City's supply-in-demand is taking a heavy toll on the freight industry. 90% of all goods are delivered by truck in NYC. But without more effective streets and greener ways to move product, the city will become unlivable. Online shopping continues to boom. Especia .... Read More

Hydrogen Fuel Cells Don’t Stack Up

June 11, 2020

Hydrogen fuel was supposed to be a big competitor to electric vehicles. Unfortunately, the concept has hit multiple roadblocks along the way. With many new car buyers looking for alternatives to fossil fuels, the road to new and innovative technologies has been heavily in favor of Electric. Read More

Oil Prices Are Lower Than Ever

May 6, 2020

Oil is seeing the lowest price since before the new millennium. With production from other countries being so high and the economic downturn of COVID-19, the world has seen gas prices as low as $1.50. Oil Production Is High Read More

Fox Body Mustang: A Real Muscle Car?

April 15, 2020

The Fox Body Mustang is a perfect match for some, and an ugly knock-off for others. I remember when my interest in fast cars was just blooming. I was 12 and my neighbor just purchased his first car: a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. I thought it looked cool, especially after seeing his older car that he had driven - a 1990 Ford Fox .... Read More

CDL License: Current Benefits

March 25, 2020

Obtaining a CDL license has become a focal point for many. While the nation is facing the COVID-19 emergency, many are laid off and are facing long lines at unemployment. Others, however, have taken a more proactive approach to find work. As of right now, the trucking industry is in high demand for skilled drivers. Prior to .... Read More

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