6 Fuel Economy Myths Busted

Common MPG Myths Taken To Task It is clear that gas mileage can be improved through good driving practices, tire maintenance and by following service schedules. However, according to different sources and articles on the internet, there are several other things which are rumored to improve gas mileage, but do not ... Read More...

Car Sharing—Revolutions Are Coming; Some Are Already Here

Turning Scarce Resources into New Business Opportunities The on-demand convenience of ridesharing and ride hailing services has already made a dramatic impact on the transportation landscape. Public transit ridership is down. Property sales in far-flung subway-less neighborhoods outside NYC are up. Manhattanites are choosing to share a Lyft with total strangers rather ... Read More...

How Clean is Your Commute?

Hint: It’s Not Just MPG To determine how clean your commute is in relation to the national and local averages, you have to consider a few points. Gas vehicles, electric vehicles, and hybrid vehicles will obviously each make different impacts as their drivers take their daily commutes, and the distance you ... Read More...

Road Test: 2016 Audi A3 E-Tron

SRO*: First Step to Electrification The electric and hybrid car market is a small part of today’s car market, but it’s growing. Every brand wants some skin in the game, because to meet future fuel economy targets, you need to sell at least some super-efficient vehicles. The 2016 Audi A3 e-tron ... Read More...

News: Chevrolet Cruze Diesel Hits 52 MPG Mark

GM Offers a Diesel a VW Owner Can Love As most of you have probably heard, Volkswagen recently came under international fire when it was discovered that they had knowingly programmed their diesel vehicles to pass emissions tests, but then default to a more-polluting mode for regular driving. Because of this, Volkswagen TDI ... Read More...