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Tesla Motors sells high-end zero-emission electric vehicles.  They’re currently pretty trendy.  Elite tech guys, or tech guys who want to be seen as elite, like to buy them.  But Tesla routinely runs into problems selling their cars to such customers because of archaic dealership protection laws.  Recently, the New Jersey Assembly  Continue Reading

Still Waiting for a DeLorean Time Machine. . .

On October 15, 2010 By Christine Hawes

When one thinks of futuristic modes of transportation, especially those portrayed in science fiction movies and TV shows, there is a decided trend in what people believe/hope personal transport will look like in the future. Our media portrayal of the future seems to predict hover cars, spaceships, and cars that can [...]

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California: (Enter Ad Here)

On June 22, 2010 By Emily Larish

If you love flashing electronic billboards, California may soon be your state of choice. A new bill in the California legislature, currently under review in the Assembly Transportation Committee, would allow the DMV to partner with innovative companies, such as Hurst Chemical Company, to research and develop new e-license technology. According [...]

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