How do we collectively pay for construction and maintenance of "free" highways and other roads? Fuel taxes.
Who took the sleigh? What happened to the reindeer? Is Santa experiencing a mental breakdown? Who will really be providing the sleigh replacement? Is Santa fit to drive it?
You have a choice to get a high performance gasoline or an electric car with limited range. What will you choose? If you want performance, you pay for it.
Even the glimpse of an automobile was a rare thing indeed in this country of 1.3 billion as late as 1980.
To invoke a well worn cliché, what’s old is new again – something destined to become a mantra for aging baby boomers, but also a kernel of truth if the invention of Show Me State residents Matt Bel
The executive’s name is John Hoffman, a long-term employee of Amoco, an oil company that merged with BP in 1998.
Some deny the climate is changing despite verifiable empirical evidence to that effect.
The designer of exotic luxury sports cars will turn 100 next year, just as their models have made a eleventh appearance in a film about the fictional British spy with a license to kill in Skyfa
According to azcentral.com, a Phoenix-based transportation service, “ComTrans has started selling space on its vehicles to others,” further stating the “transportation provider to behavioral health