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Category Archives: Vehicles
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
The state of Pennsylvania will be installing four electric-vehicle charging stations this summer.
Where would you drive? Or more specifically, where wouldn’t you drive?
Wait. That doesn’t make sense. Drivers have trunks that hold more stuff. They can zip around town quicker and hit more stores. How can cyclists spend more money? Researchers at Portland State University and the Oregon Transportation Research and Education … Continue reading
Wasted money or wasted time? Which is worse?
AllState ranked the nation’s best and worst drivers. How do you think York County drivers compare?
This weekend, I took a trip down memory lane. My parents – the whole family, really – are searching for a first car for my 16-year-old sister. And since this is not “My Super Sweet 16,” it’s going to be … Continue reading