Category Archives: Automotive

Will the future fuel for cars be natural gas?

Last night, I went to a screening of “Gasland 2” for work. While the film argued against the natural gas drilling industry and its potential harms to the environment and human health, it was a minor point that resonated with … Continue reading

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Electric car charging stations coming soon to Turnpike plazas

The state of Pennsylvania will be installing four electric-vehicle charging stations this summer.

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The road to a longer car loan doesn’t arrive at a better deal

A few years ago, when I was shopping for a new car, a salesman assured me that he could get me the best deal possible, complete with lower monthly payments. I took the time to hear him out. I was … Continue reading

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Would you rank York County drivers among America’s worst?

AllState ranked the nation’s best and worst drivers. How do you think York County drivers compare?

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G’bye Gyp; Can you still be a guy in the recession?

A friend once referred to my Jeep as a Gyp. To her anything less than the seriously gas-guzzling Jeep Wrangler variety (I have a Liberty) is a wuss-Jeep, a lesser Jeep, barely one click above — gasp — a car. … Continue reading

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