As a natively born son of the great state of Texas, it's just instinctual for me to cock an eyebrow and shake my head at just about anything that the state of California does.
I mean come on; this is the state that routinely sets its self on fire (Watts Riots in 1965. LA Riots in 1992 and 2013. Even a surfer riot in 2013, in Huffington Beach) (and no, It was not totally tubular). It’s the state that has laws against throwing footballs and Frisbees on the beach … (unless you ask a lifeguard fo…
Another Reason to Love the Pacific Coast: An Eco Alliance
On July 15, New York City unveiled the first of more than 100 public EV charging stations it will be installing in the coming months. This is a necessary undertaking, considering the anticipated release of EVs like the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt later this year.
The vehicles, both of which have a charging range of 100 miles, would require an infrastructure of charging stations awaiting them to be feasible.
They will be in place, thanks to a federally-sponsored $37 million program calle…
Consumers are already feeling the economic impact of a new tax on imported tires, which raised the price of tires from countries like China by 35 percent. But the new tax has had several ripple effects on the environment.
Some dealers and retailers began stockpiling imported tires prior to the tax enforcement, as a way of not losing money on future sales. The irony is that many states already impose a separate tax to prevent tire stockpiles in the first place, although this is of more concern…