Ever wondered what its like to drive around using wood as fuel? Tag along with Chris as he fires up his wood gas truck.
Walking to school is becoming increasing popular among students and their parents, according to the National Center for Safe Routes to School. Biking to school also is showing strong support among forms of active transportation.
Step on the gas with a clear conscience: Use Clean Cities' vehicle comparison site to find the right light-duty model among alternative fuel vehicles, and green up your life in the fast lane.
John D. Ivanko discovered that those in the hospitality business on Mackinac Island showcase the best of the past, blending it perfectly with modern sensibilities and, by default of it being an island, an ecological awareness to protect and preserve exactly what the millions of visitors come to see and experience every year.
Members of Zipcar can now enroll in the car-sharing service on a monthly basis. Zipcar is one of the world's largest car-sharing companies, operating a global network of over 10,000 vehicles.
As soon as my wife, son and I stepped off the Shepler’s Ferry, one of only three ferry services to Mackinac Island, our connection to motorized transport ceased to exist. Since 1898, cars and nearly every other form of motorized, gas-guzzling transportation are illegal on this Michigan island.
There's been a "shocking" increase in the number of EV charging stations across the United States, and in a remarkably short period of time.
MAX doesn't have a front license plate, and here's why Jack would like to keep it that way.
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