I would say that as a household, your car is green. In a sense you're basically crediting yourself Kilo-Watts during the day when the solar panels are producing power and then cashing in those credits at night when you charge the car. » 12/16/14 1:19pm Tuesday 1:19pm

GM has never issued a recall on a car shortly after it was produced. Yup, never happened; let's just focus on the one big cock-up and ignore the big picture. Ford never had a problem with brake pressure switches shorting out and causing fires that wasn't recalled until a couple years ago. Nope! :) » 12/04/14 12:23pm 12/04/14 12:23pm

As good an idea as it was, people just didn't buy it. Why? Because even at a low low price of $2000, people didn't find it appealing enough that the truck could turn tighter. Maybe it's just the area I live in, but it's really not that hard to navigate a full size truck. » 12/04/14 10:01am 12/04/14 10:01am

Yes, fuck them for not having the integrity to treat their customers like they matter. If a guy secured X spot in the line, Ferrari should have their wits about them to maintain that despite a higher priced order coming along later. This "make more money now" attitude doesn't serve them well in the long run. » 11/24/14 11:26am 11/24/14 11:26am

This is true for all forms of energy used to propel cars today. You have a container holding a substance or chemistry that contains high amounts of energy; should that container fail the risk of fire or explosion is high. Look at how much protection Tesla puts into their battery packs to make sure they're not… » 11/21/14 9:38am 11/21/14 9:38am