When a new pickup truck debuted, did you ever wonder how its competitors would suddenly gain a few hundred pounds of towing capacity with seemingly no changes from the previous model year?
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A standard complaint against electric vehicles is what happens when the vehicle runs out of charge in the middle of nowhere (ala no charging station or plug).
In July, we wrote about New York City's taxi cabs of yesterday, today, and tomorrow, a confusing menagerie of different brands and models vying for yellowcab supremacy.
Electric cars have been around for more than 100 years.