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AddThis map shows where Tesla can and can't sell cars

The fine folks at Mojo Motors recently put together a US map showing where the Tesla Model S electric vehicles can and can't be legally sold. They marked the "legal" states in blue, "illegal" states in red and "in legislation" states in that proverbial gray area. And darn if that colorful map didn't match up pretty well with a political-party map of the country.

15Ford extending MAP text support to more models

In the sixth major software update to Ford's SYNC system, the automaker is extending Message Access Protocol (MAP) Bluetooth support to select 2011 and 2012 models, giving drivers the ability to have text messages and emails read aloud in their SYNC-equipped vehicles.

AddStudy: Average male drives extra 276 miles/year because he won't stop for directions

That long-running joke about men being unwilling to stop for directions? Well, it's no joke, at least not according to British insurance firm Sheilas' Wheels. In fact, the average male motorist in Britain travels some 276 extra miles per year simply because he refuses to ask for directions. Worse yet, that amounts to £2,000 ($3,100) worth of wasted fuel over the stubborn man's lifetime.

37Study: Average male drives extra 276 miles/year because he won't stop for directions

That long-running joke about men unwilling to stop for directions? Well, it's no joke, at least not according to British insurance firm Sheilas' Wheels. In fact, the average male motorist in Britain travels some 276 extra miles per year simply because he refuses to ask for directions. Worse yet, that amounts to £2,000 ($3,100) worth of wasted fuel over the stubborn man's lifetime.

9Chronolyze unleashes the potential of Porsche's Sport Chrono Plus

Chronolyze software – Click above for high-res image gallery of screen shots

14I'm sorry, Dave - more autonomy in the name of safety?

"Open the pod bay doors, HAL."

30Gas map shows shades of rising prices

Found this map via a link at Digg.com that shows gas prices around the country by county. The map is color coded with the lowest prices glowing green in the states of Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Montana. The color red indicates the counties in which the price of gas is on fire. California is not surprisingly burning up. Santa Barbara seems to have the highest cost per gallon of gasoline at $3.20/per, although reports have pegged a gallon or two above $4 in Hollywood.

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