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Re-Refined Oils Help You Go Green Now

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Walk the aisles of any large auto parts store and you’ll find dozens of motor oil brands that range from the majors (Mobil) to discounted, no-name house offerings. Choices within each brand include a staggering array of different base oils, … More

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Fuel Cell Car Designed To Influence Next Gen EV-Motorists

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The H2go is a new remote control (RC) car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. Currently, there are no commercially available hydrogen-powered vehicles available for retail sale, but this toy points toward the likely future of EV-Motoring. Unlike other toy … More

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Racing Toward Green

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Car people easily become punching bags for environmentalists. As the racing season cranks back up along with back yard BBQs, here are some talking points that you can use when an eco-weenie blasts you with, “How can you like such … More

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Stimulus Plan Energizes EV-Motoring

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EV-Motoring is coming. The governmental activity aimed at stimulating the economy may significantly impact the arrival of affordable, mass-market plug-in electric and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). According to reports from the Senate, the push toward electric is coming from several … More

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High-Performance Parts For Hybrids

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If you’re already in to EV-Motoring, then you might be looking for a way to improve the hybrid you’re already driving. If so, we’ve found the place for you to go shopping. JuicedHybrid.com is the site where car geeks can … More

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Tires Roll Up The Green

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If your car or truck needs a new set of doughnuts, consider going green. We don’t mean colored tires; several manufacturers have tried colored tires, and it’s never caught on. We’re talking tires that are specifically designed to have low … More

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GM Introduces More Hybrid Models

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There’s a lot going on with hybrids these days. In January at the Detroit Auto show, Toyota announced their new third-generation Prius, and Honda re-introduced their hybrid, the 2010 Insight. But for a lot of drivers, these four-cylinder sedans just … More

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EcoDriving Tips and Tricks

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While it’s not as bad as learning that Santa Claus doesn’t live at the North Pole, we’ve got some bad news. A site that claims to be able to help drivers cut fuel costs by 15-percent is mostly hot air. … More

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General Motors To Make Its Own Batteries

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At the 2009 Detroit Auto Show, GM Chairman Rick Wagoner took center stage with a near-production version of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt (and the Volt’s battery array, to Rick’s right). The information provided at this press conference could have easily … More

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Detroit Discovers EV-Motoring at 2009 Auto Show

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There is a quiet revolution happening, and it’s powered by batteries, the sun, and generators. Evidence of this revolution could be seen on the main floor at Detroit’s 2009 Auto Show. Fisker This is a company that knows how to … More

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