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Solo in the Car-Pool Lane? No Points, but Beware

My 22-year-old son recently received a traffic ticket for driving alone in the car-pool lane. He is trying to tell me that he doesn't have to go to traffic school for this offense. I am concerned that his car insurance is going to go up. Can you please tell me what the law is? Read More »

Technology Overview: Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles

As with other hybrids, a plug-in hybrid vehicle has the ability to run on either electricity or an internal combustion engine. Plug-in hybrids have a larger battery than the batteries of conventional hybrids that can be recharged by plugging into an appropriate outlet. Read More »

The Transportation of the Future, Here Today

In an electric drive vehicle, the torque is supplied to the wheels by an electric motor that is powered either solely by a battery, or an internal combustion engine using hydrogen, gasoline or diesel, or, by a fuel cell. Read More »

Partners Support Largest-Ever Drunk Driving Enforcement Crackdown As Labor Day Drunk Driving Fatality Trends Announced

As Labor Day approaches and millions of Americans hit the roads in record numbers for one last summer vacation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Governors Highway Safety Association remind Americans this Labor Day weekend that the toughest and largest-ever enforcement crackdown on impaired drivers remains a force to be reckoned with. Read More »

Baja California Sur Readies for Hurricane John

Baja California Sur, Mexico, comprising the areas of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, La Paz and Loreto, has announced that the destination is currently making strategic preparations to ensure the safety of tourists and residents in the pathway of Hurricane John. Read More »