Much of the U.S. innovation in electric-car incentives and infrastructure has come not from the federal government but from one or more states, especially California. With the decision years ago to let states either comply with national emission standards or adopt the stiffer California rules, both individual states and regional groups are continuing to pioneer ways to promote plug-in vehicles. The latest example is a set of three western states that announced this week they would collaborate on a regional electric-car charging network. DON'T MISS: Faraday Future vs Nevada treasurer: electric...
Will electric buses replace propane ones in national parks (which replaced diesels)?
Utah's Zion National Park may convert its propane buses to electric power.Stephen Edelstein
Tesla takes dealership fight in Utah to state supreme court
Tesla still intends to take its case to the Utah Supreme Court.Stephen Edelstein
Utah doctors to sue TV's 'Diesel Brothers' for illegal modifications
A Utah doctor group plans to sue the stars of the Discovery Channel show "Diesel Brothers," alleging that they made illegal modifications to trucks.Stephen Edelstein
Tesla sales bill in Utah sputters to halt after multiple changes (updated)
A Tesla sales bill in Utah stalled after the carmaker itself turned against it.Stephen Edelstein
How To Celebrate Earth Day? Utah Says: Oil, Gas & Mining!
Sometimes there comes an idea so audacious, so inspired, so downright jaw-dropping that it's worth covering even if it doesn't directly involve cars. You may know Earth Day is coming up on Monday, April 22. Localities and groups all over the country celebrate it. So, how has the Utah Department of...John Voelcker