Tag Archives: cars

First Impressions Last a Lifetime

And this article had a terrible first impression. The title left me baffled. Toyota tackled a chicken and an egg? The entire company? What a poor chicken. Clearly, the egg would not survive either. The author used her metaphor before it was even introduced. Also, I understand the problem of the chicken versus the egg; including […]

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Is it our responsibility to interact with journalists?

Initially, I felt this article questioned and covered the issue of electrical vehicles and their perceived environmental benefit in a succinct and thorough way. Because it’s point of view was atypical, I was led to believe that it had addressed all sides of the issue adequately. At first glance,  did you find this article balanced and fair? […]

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Clean Air Credits

This article discusses the clean air credit trade currently occurring between car companies unable to reach the zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) quotas in particular states and allow those falling short to avoid large fines. Nissan and Telsa motors have sold credit surpluses to Honda and Chrystler. Although ZEV technology has made substantial progress, are ZEV car’s commercially […]

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Revealing the Truth: EPA Uncovers Proper Mileage

When purchasing or leasing a car, people often look at the gas mileage of their vehicle of interest. With rising gas prices, it’s no secret that people want to drive cars that can travel long distances without having to constantly stop to fill up. While saving money is one incentive, a commitment to protecting the […]

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