Today, we look at who buys used Tesla electric cars, how Toyota plans to address issues with California's hydrogen fueling infrastructure ahead of the launch of the 2016 Mirai, and plans for a fuel-cell ferry in San Francisco. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

There are plans for a hydrogen fuel-cell ferry boat in San Francisco, while a battery-electric ferry sets sail in Norway.

Who buys used Teslas? Younger, middle-class drivers, new analysis claims.

The average age of cars on U.S. roads hits a record 11.5 years.

Does the Tesla Model S spell the end for hydrocarbon fuel? Even the oil industry is beginning to wonder, apparently.

Toyota answers criticism of California's hydrogen fueling infrastructure, claiming more stations will open ahead of the launch of the 2016 Mirai sedan.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives the aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 full-size pickup truck mixed crash-test scores--and says aluminum is 26-percent pricier to repair.

Finally, Vitesse-auDessus is the latest company to offer carbon-fiber wheels, albeit only for some very expensive supercars.


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