She used some of the money to buy a $50,000 Ford Mustang.
She got out and moved barricades on a closed road
Two more state legislatures discussed Tesla's efforts to sell its EVs direct to customers this week. The automaker was shut down in CT, and maybe also NC.
Tesla may finally be allowed to sell its electric vehicles direct to customers in Connecticut. Maybe.
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland will get the Kia Soul electric vehicle soon.
Connecticut's new $1-million CHEAPR EV incentive offers up to $3,000 for new plug-in and hydrogen vehicles, but one popular PHEV won't qualify for max amount.
Connecticut Governor Malloy wants to use money from a settlement fund to support EV purchases in the Nutmeg State.
Tesla agrees to some compromises to get a direct sales bill established in Connecticut, and it seems like they're not that damaging to the company's plans.
Connecticut may be the next state to allow Tesla Motors to sell its electric vehicles directly to the public and without third-party dealerships.
Connecticut is the latest state to decide that the Polaris Slingshot is not a motorcycle and therefore can't be registered for the road there. It appears that the only solution is for Polaris to go to the legislature to create a separate designation for vehicles like its three-wheeler.
Vintage racing provides fans with the opportunity to watch some of the greatest cars from yesteryear still competing on track against some of their contemporaries. Unfortunately, like any form of motorsports, racing in classics can never be completely safe, a reality sadly illustrated during this weekend's Lime Rock Park Historic Festival on Saturday, August 30.
Lamborghini may have made headlines with the highly exclusive, $4.5-million Veneno and the even more expensive Veneno Roadster that followed, but when it comes to classics sold at auction, their prices seldom approach the kind of figures attained by
Spinal Tap waxed poetic about the value of turning things up to 11. So it's a good thing that that's the number of steps
Maybe we've been going about this all wrong. Navigant Research says a recently introduced program in Connecticut that incentivizes dealers instead of EV customers could be effective because it changes the pressure points for electric vehicles. Navigant (formerly Pike) Research notes
Here's an idea: instead of getting buyers interested in buying EVs, why not get the sellers keenly interested in selling them. That's the tact that the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is taking with a new promotion called the "Connecticut Revolutionary Dealer Award." It's so simple, it's a wonder no one has proposed it before.
A Connecticut teenager saved the life of an alleged drunk driver who drove into a local marina and found his vehicle submerged in water.
The Department of Motor Vehicles decides vanity plates on a case by case basis, leaving many drivers confused by contradicting standards.