Americans Driving Less: Roadway Use Falls To Lowest Level Since 2004

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Americans Driving Less: Roadway Use Falls To Lowest Level Since 2004
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The result of high gas prices, Americans drove 15.5 billion miles less in the first half of 2011. The Federal Highway Administration reported that U.S drivers logged 1.453 trillion miles through to June 30 which is down 1.1 percent over the first half of 2010. The last time Americans drove less was back in 2004,… Continue Reading...

57% Of Americans Won’t Buy EV’s Regardless Of Gas Prices: Survey

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57% Of Americans Won’t Buy EV’s Regardless Of Gas Prices: Survey
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A poll has just been released asking Americans to rate their likelihood of making certain lifestyle changes based on different hypothetical gas prices. 57 percent of respondents refused to consider buying an “electric car that you could only drive for a limited number of miles at one time” no matter how high gas prices go. Instead, they are… Continue Reading...