Most Americans drive a car to commute to work each day, making certain auto features more appealing and valuable. About half have a commute of more than 10 miles each way, and more than three million people have a round trip of more than 100 miles each day. Continue reading
In the quest to build more fuel-efficient vehicles, several auto manufacturers have started offering both hybrids and plug-in hybrids. When choosing between the different types of vehicles available, it’s helpful to understand the differences between hybrids and plug-in hybrids and the potential advantages of the technologies. Continue reading
One of the major fuel-saving features on hybrid vehicles is now being incorporated into some non-hybrid cars — start-stop systems.