Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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Republicans Save EV Subsidy . . . And in Other News, it Will Get...

The same Republicans who worked overtime to make sure Obamacare wasn't repealed - or even "replaced" - have done as expected and made sure the $7,500 subsidy for the purchase of...

Teslian Gotchas

The rest of the car industry envies Elon. Not because his cars are superior - but because he gets away with things they’d be boiled alive for doing. These include selling a...

The Electric Car Upside . . .

Is there any upside to electric cars? In the interest of fairness, this question should be fairly answered. As is true of almost anything - Hitler did build the Autobahn, after all...

Automated = Slow

How fast will automated cars go? Will it take you longer - or less - to get where you want to go? The answer to those questions can be discovered by...

Chocolate Rain

Old cars are full of surprises. When I pulled out the rear seat of the ’64 Chevy Corvair project car I bought in the mid '90s, I found a mini-bar from the...

“Critical to Mass Adoption”

Welfare used to be about government cheese. Today's it's about grafting thousands of dollars to rich people so as to "encourage" them to drive around in electric cars. Few seem to mind...

2018 VW Golf

Every successful car company has a sell - something that defines it, makes its cars different.  VW’s main sell is that it’s a German brand, like BMW and Mercedes-Benz. That implies higher-end....

California Dreamin’ . . .

It's ironic that the state which birthed and came to define the car culture - cruising on Friday nights, the Beach Boys, Ronnie and the Daytonas - has become the state...

It’s Not Much to Ask . . .

It’s fine to talk theory - what would be ideal. But while working toward that, what about practical changes that don’t require a sea change evolution in consciousness? For example, what...

The Crucifixion of Oliver Schmidt

Volkswagen AG executive Oliver Schmidt is due to be sentenced this week for "cheating" Uncle. He faces seven years in federal prison and up to $400,000 in fines. His professional life...
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