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Driving To Provide Some Space To What Is Going On In the World
Live in the USA and want a new car? Get an automatic
Style over substance and I’m not buying it.
They’re less practical than sedans, but does that matter?
...We use it as a gauge to judge car performance, but is it useful?...
Which car from Germany, South Korea, or Sweden should be yours?
Curiosity about electric vehicles is sparking my interest, but am I ready for one?
...if you've wondered why GM's new 2.0T puts out such low numbers, we may have the answer.
Peugeot is making a comeback to the U.S.! Hooray?
A water main break, concept car breaking down, and other issues made the 2019 show less than memorable
How hard can it be? Famous last words.
Is it possible to get decent gas mileage out of a 707 horsepower SUV?
A recent bit of window shopping has us wondering about vehicle size
Why is Musk trying to pull away the spotlight from the Model 3?
We have some questions concerning the Opel and Vauxhall sale
This year's Detroit Auto Show was a bit disappointing. We give some possible reasons as to why.
44 vehicles came in, only 8 were deemed to be favorites
Throwing out a crazy idea for Mitsubishi's future in the U.S.
Trying to figure out a better way of giving advice
The diesel scandal and Volkswagen not understanding the U.S. market
Navigating the murky depths of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Possibility of Partner to Build the 200 and Dart
An exhausted photographer gives us a report card from the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
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What is ZETA you ask?
This is the first industry-backed coalition of 28 businesses and growing covering employees in all US states advocating for a national policy that supports the sale of electric vehicles only starting in 2030 of light, medium and heavy-duty auto's. This group calls for the accelerated transition to EVs.