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Wisconsin: Higher Taxes For Hybrids, Electrics For Not Burning Enough Gas To Fund Road Repairs?

Wisconsin: Higher Taxes For Hybrids, Electrics For Not Burning Enough Gas To Fund Road Repairs?

It's not news that the roads and bridges in many states are falling into disrepair. Much of the money to fund maintenance of this infrastructure comes from taxes on fuel, but that's something that doesn't apply to drivers of electric cars--and hybrid drivers pay less than others. RELATED: Why... read more

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Traffic in Atlanta, Georgia during rush hour (via Wikimedia)

U.S. To Stay Global First In Vehicle Miles Driven, Says Futurist

China may buy more cars, but U.S. drivers will continue to rack up the most miles, according to a futurist. At the SAE World Congress in Detroit, Peter Phelps said the U.S... read more April 15, 2014 by 


 
Barack Obama speaking Detroit Economic Club

Obama Promotes Natural-Gas Fueling Stations In State Of The Union Address

Once again, President Barack Obama used the State of the Union Address on Tuesday night to raise the issue of natural gas vehicles as a way of promoting energy independence... read more January 30, 2014 by 


 
Traffic in Atlanta, Georgia during rush hour (via Wikimedia)

Gas Tax Unchanged For 20 Years Today; Road Costs, However...

Taxes on gasoline and diesel make up 85 percent of the revenue flowing into the United States' transportation spending account, but that may change. Soon, the gas tax may not... read more October 1, 2013 by 


 
ECOtality Blink charging stations for electric & plug-in cars

Syracuse Non-Profit Replaces Blink Charging Stations, Sues Ecotality

Just as those buying an electric car have a choice of several different models to chose from, there are many different charging stations that individuals, businesses and... read more June 13, 2012 by  9


 
Beijing smog

Alcoa Building-Exterior Panels 'Eat' Smog From (A Few) Cars

Pittsburgh-based aluminum giant Alcoa has developed a new coating for its aluminum building panels that passively sucks in airborne pollutants and transforms them into... read more May 1, 2012 by  0


 
2011 Chevrolet Volt home charging

Why CNBC Is Flat-Out Wrong On Electric-Car Charging

The transition from gasoline to plug-in hybrid and fully electric cars will admittedly be a slow one, but sometimes we wonder if our colleagues in the mainstream media would... read more June 16, 2011 by  9


 
Clipper Creek LCS-25 Charging Station

Clipper Creek Unveils Smallest Electric Car Charging Station yet

Well-established charging station manufacturer Clipper Creek has just unveiled what it claims is the smallest electric vehicle charging station currently available on the... read more June 15, 2011 by  5


 
His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Prince of Wales

By Royal Appointment? Electric Cars Welcome in Prince of Wales’ Eco-village

While many in the United Kingdom doubt that he will accede his mother Queen Elizabeth II to the throne and become King, HRH the Prince of Wales has never been one to shy away... read more May 31, 2011 by  1


 
Shell Hydrogen Station in Reykjavik Iceland

Can Urine Rescue Hydrogen-Powered Cars?

It's been a rough couple of years for cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells. As the drums beat louder for electric cars--the 2011 Chevrolet Volt, Nissan's upcoming EV, and... read more March 30, 2011 by  44


 
Map of the U.S.A.

Top 10 Cities For Commuting By Electric Car

We've taken a look recently at the five EVs we're most looking forward to driving, and another look at the five EVs you should do your best to see at the upcoming 2010 Los... read more November 5, 2010 by  4


 
Jhomonsugi, the oldest tree on Yakushima Island, Japan. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

2011 Nissan Leaf Tested On An Island Amongst The Trees

We love cars here at AllCarsElectric, but sometimes there's nothing better than heading out of the cities and away from civilization to enjoy all that nature has to offer... read more October 6, 2010 by  5


 
Prototype Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid being recharged at curbside station

California Wants 1 Million Electric Cars On Its Road By 2020

During his 2008 campaign for president, Barack Obama famously said that he wanted one million plug-in cars on U.S. roads by 2015. That's a goal that many experts continue to... read more September 22, 2010 by  4


 
General Electric GE WattStation charging

Even In Motor City, Charging Electric Cars Will Be Cheap

Buyers of electric vehicles can already benefit from several different tax credits, both from the federal government as well as their own respective state authorities (in... read more August 11, 2010 by  2


 

Are Public Charging Stations Really Needed for EV Deployment?

There's been a lot of discussion and consideration given to the topic of public charging stations for electric vehicles. The old "chicken verses egg" conundrum is called to... read more July 30, 2010 by  27


 
Coulomb Technologies CT-500 electric vehicle charging station

Coulomb Brings Its EV Charging Stations To The Home

Coulomb Technologies, one of the most successful companies rolling out rapid roadside charging stations for the new generation of plug-in vehicles debuting this year... read more July 28, 2010 by  4


 
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