Today on Green CarReports: Texas turns friendly to electric cars, we update our Ford hybrid guide, and Massachusetts plans to push plug-in cars too. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The NHTSA closed its probe into Tesla Model S fires, saying a "defect was not identified."

Good news for plug-in electric car buyers in the Bay State: Massachusetts plans to offer purchase rebates on electric cars.

Following some back-and-forth with readers, we explain how and why we moderate comments on Green Car Reports.

Volkswagen T2 Elektro, historic VW electric car at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin

Volkswagen T2 Elektro, historic VW electric car at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin

With its new Volkswagen e-Golf on the way, VW is showing off 40 years of its electric-car research.

The 2014 Cadillac ELR range-extended electric luxury coupe has been recalled for a software update to its stability-control system.

Would you believe that oil state Texas turns out to be electric-car-friendly? It's true; here's why.

We've updated our ultimate guide to Ford hybrid models, including the C-Max, Fusion, and Escape.

Domestic content in the 2014 Nissan Leaf has risen substantially from last year; now it's closer to the Volt and Focus Electric.

An entrepreneur wants to add electric power to NYC's CitiBike bicycle-sharing program.

General Motors has halted sales of certain models of the 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruze; here's what we know so far.

Planning a summer vacation? Consider staying in a brand-new Airstream trailer, perhaps?

Meanwhile, the next-generation 2016 Chevrolet Cruze has been leaked; we know it'll use new, smaller, more efficient engines.

Finally, here's why you should pay attention to recall notices for your car.


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