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Displaying items by tag: Automotive technology

Republican Senator John Warner recently suggested re-imposing a U.S. national speed limit to save gasoline. However, we won’t  need a national speed limit if all drivers voluntarily slowed down and used other fuel efficient measures. It would also be good for the world.

Published in UNI-verse
The 2008 Annual Review of household expenses for the heir to the British throne, shows that Prince Charles has converted one car to run on wine and cheese while several others run on used cooking oil. All of which has helped reduce the Prince's carbon footprint by 18 percent while maintaining his reputation for eccentricity...

Published in Climate
Wednesday, 18 June 2008 23:38

Drivers with road rage like bumper stickers

Colorado State University scientists have shown a direct relationship between the number of personalized items on and inside a car (like bumper stickers) and the amount of road rage by such dangerous drivers.
Published in Biology



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