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Millennials want their cameras, sensors, lane-change assist.

Younger drivers have more faith in self-driving features than older counterparts, J.D. Power study says.

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Grid mix, climate, and local driving patterns affect an EV's emissions.

Looking to lower your carbon footprint? This map will tell you which car to drive.

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While that's just 1 percent of total fuel consumption, it's no small number.

Roof racks waste increasing amounts of fuel through aerodynamic drag, but better design — and government policy — would help save gas.

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Consumer organization says increases in gas mileage are proof CAFE standards are working.

Even with gas prices near their lowest point in more than a decade, Americans are still concerned about the fuel economy of their cars. More than 4 in 5 consumers say gas mileage will be an important consideration the next time they go shopping for a vehicle.

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Patterns show that the move to cleaner energy would be quick if there was a concerted effort.

The common wisdom that moving away from dirty fossil fuels will take ages is flat-out wrong, says professor Benjamin Sovacool.

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A study conducted by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory suggests that while half of respondents think plug-in electric vehicles are as good as conventional ones, only a fifth would consider actually buying one.

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A new study shows that far fewer people are ordering manual gearboxes on leased vehicles, and the drop even more pronounced among men.

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Every licensed driver in the country saved $45 in the first quarter of 2016, says AAA.

Who says the American love affair with cars is dead? Gasoline is cheap, and Americans are driving more miles than ever. New data shows that motorists in the United States paid their cheapest quarterly gas prices in 12 years in the first three months of 2016.

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Only 1 car in 31 tested had headlights that received good marks from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Having trouble seeing while driving at night? It may not be your eyes. Headlights on most new cars are downright terrible, according to the findings of a new study. As a result, motorists aren't getting the illumination they need to see the road and avoid obstacles at night.

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CMU offers the EPA info on how to incorporate self-driving tech into testing.

Incorporating autonomy into EPA driving cycles could influence how automakers program their cars.

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Portland, Oregon tops the list.

Indiana University lists the best cities in which to own a plug-in vehicle.

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They prefer "traditional, practical, and trusted" brands.

Teenagers today aren't super exited about Tesla, despite valuing sustainability and autonomous driving.

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Still, there are worse things for the environment.

A new study compares the water usage of various fuels, and shows room for improvement for alternative fuels.

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Range anxiety remains an issue but UK governments try to get creative with charging locales.

World's hybrids, plug-ins may total 17 million by the end of the decade, according to Juniper Research.

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PayScale's survey of employees from top tech companies finds good news and bad.

Elon Musk responds to new data from PayScale about the work environment at his companies, and says stress comes with the territory.

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Despite efforts to eliminate fatalities, they're instead increasing at historic rates.

Pedestrian deaths are increasing at the fastest rate recorded since record keeping began more than four decades ago. Researchers project a 10-percent year-over-year increase in pedestrian deaths in 2015.

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Study shows a cycle of excitement, failure and disappointment.

Failure to meet unrealistic goals has us looking for the next great green solution.

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As cars become more connected, the nature of threat will change.

Americans have short memories. Despite a number of prominent car-hacking developments in recent months, only 26 percent of respondents to a Kelley Blue Book survey could recall an instance of vehicle hacking over the past year. As automakers pour connected features into new cars, the findings released Tuesday suggest drivers are unaware of the potential risks.

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Google's most recent autonomous accident won't help ease fears.

Google said Monday one of its self-driving cars bore at least some responsibility for an accident earlier this month that involved a bus in Mountain View, California. The collision represents the first time one of the company's autonomous vehicles has been at least partially responsible for a crash.

These are the ten most expensive vehicles to insure US, according to the latest data from Insure.com.

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If the price of EVs is what's keeping you from giving up your gas guzzler, you may not have to wait long for the prices to come down.

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