The Alternative Energy Association, Inc., a Florida-based non-profit organization, has announced its Three Point Plan to stimulate the American economy, reduce our dependence on foreign oil and create millions of new jobs.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) reports that last week one part of the federal government took a closer look at some of your retirement accounts in efforts to see what might be done to say the tumbling accounts.
Johnson Matthey's ACCRT(TM) (Advanced CCRT) system, the second generation benchmark CCRT(R) filter technology for 2.5g NOx EGR and non-EGR engines, has been verified by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for reducing PM by more than 90 percent
I just found an old photograph I shot in a museum. It shows a fuel injector protruding into the combustion chamber of a cutaway engine. Things I've seen and learned since that day have made this old picture tell a new story that explains how an old t
Driving Change, the world?s first Internet-based vehicular greenhouse gas (GHG) tracking system, has announced significant reductions in GHG emissions by the city and county of Denver as a result of online feedback on how driving behaviors impact the
Representatives in the North Carolina House of Representatives have introduced House Bill 1285, the Motor Vehicle Repair Shops and Collision Repairs Licensure Act. This act would establish licensing requirements for certain motor vehicle repair shops
Aftermarket Business is taking an extensive, detailed look at Cash for Clunkers legislative initiatives. Taking cars off the road and encouraging people to buy new vehicles instead of putting money into repairs is an industry concern. So where do the
The California Air Resources Board?s (CARB) hearing to consider the Cool Cars and Test Procedures regulation of Assembly Bill 32 has been rescheduled for June 25-26. It was originally scheduled for March 26-27.
A measure recently passed by the California General Assembly requiring customers to be advised of a purchased tire?s date-of-manufacture is being assailed by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA). The organization derides Assembly Bill 496 as ?i
President Obama this morning says the automotive industry has work to do, calling for better business plans from Chrysler and General Motors. The automotive giants have requested more bailout money from the government.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) reports that U.S. Reps. Donald Manzullo, R-Ill., and Timothy Ryan, D-Ohio, have introduced the New Automobile Voucher Program to Congress to provide a one-time boost to vehicle sales in 2009.
The Missouri House of Representatives has eliminated the language in Senate Bill 58 that would have greatly expanded the length of time before an inspection under Missouri?s state vehicle safety inspection program.
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