We've got news from all across the U.S. today. Illinois announces a plan to electrify Route 66 by adding public charging stations, Washington state mulls electric-car incentives, and the first plug-in electric car sales figures for November are in. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Will Washington state grant electric-car owners tax breaks and carpool-lane access? Its governor wants to see that happen.

The days are numbered for the dirtiest diesels in Europe as France moves to gradually decrease use of the fuel.

The famed U.S. Route 66 is set to go electric in Illinois, with state-funded charging stations along roughly 300 miles of the historic route.

Following a handful of other states, Wisconsin proposes extra fees for hybrids and electric cars in place of a gas tax.

November plug-in electric car sales figures look good for the Nissan Leaf and bad for the Chevrolet Volt. We'll update this report as more numbers come in as well.

See how the 2015 Hyundai Sonata and 2015 Toyota Camry mid-size sedans stack up in a quick comparison.

Finally, Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) says it has a new Asian investor that could help it stave off bankruptcy.


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