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Fuel-efficient Vehicles

Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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  • Is this the only Tesla Roadster in the Baltimore area?

    Is this the only Tesla Roadster in the Baltimore area?
    I had just finished picking up my grande skim latte at a Starbucks in Timonium, and I was walking to my car, when I spotted THIS gorgeous car in the parking lot. No, it's not a Lamborghini (I saw one in the heart of Baltimore last week, btw), nor a...
  • Detroit auto show signals a turnaround for the industry

    Signs that the auto industry recovery is likely to continue this year are everywhere at the North American International Auto Show — massive two-story video screens, dozens of futuristic concept and previously unseen vehicles and thousands of car...
  • Start Your Engines

    As the world’s largest car-buying market, Los Angeles boasts an annual auto show that rivals any on the planet. And with more than 1,000 vehicles on display — including more than 50 world and North American debuts — this year’s L....
  • Westminster shopping center plugs future of electric cars

    Westminster shopping center plugs future of electric cars
    One could think of the electric vehicle charging station at Westminster's College Square shopping center as a single point in a widening state-, region- and nation-wide grid. The two plug-in devices, installed in January, have had very little use so...
  • Heat wave leads to power cuts for some Marylanders

    Heat wave leads to power cuts for some Marylanders
    One of the hottest days on record in Central Maryland spurred electric power managers Friday to ask Marylanders to cut their demand for electricity in order to keep the juice flowing. But not everyone was happy about it. Many customers whose air...
  • Fuel mileage standards: Washington gets something right

    Fuel mileage standards: Washington gets something right
    Lost in all the recent furor over the federal debt-ceiling and gridlocked Washington was a major breakthrough for the Obama administration and good news for the economy, national security and environment. Thanks to an accord reached with automakers,...
  • Catonsville college campus offers outlet for electric cars

    Catonsville college campus offers outlet for electric cars
    One could think of the two electric vehicle charging stations on the Catonsville campus of the Community College of Baltimore County as points in a widening state-, region- and nation-wide grid. But tucked away in a fenced-in storage lot behind the...
  • $4.2 million in tech grants awarded to 15 area firms

    The Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program has approved $4.2 million in high-technology and biotechnology grants to 15 area companies. The money will be used on various projects, including the development of drugs to treat breast cancer, staph...
  • O'Malley should pump his own gas once in a while

    It is obvious that Gov.Martin O'Malleyneither drives a car nor has a boat. He also must not pay tolls, property tax or electric bills, buy food or purchase tags for automobiles, or pay in-state college tuition for non-illegal aliens. If he had to do these...
  • Gas prices stretching toward $4 a gallon

    Gas prices stretching toward $4 a gallon
    "Gas prices are outrageous." Catherine Bell, a 66-year-old Social Security Administration retiree, was not happy Tuesday as she filled up her Chrysler at a Howard Street BP Amoco gas station in Baltimore. "You'll see when you get to retirement and you're...
  • Can a gas tax increase save the bay?

    Can a gas tax increase save the bay?
    Has Gov.Martin O'Malley's broad array of tax increase proposals got you bummed out? Cheer up, there's a bright spot. If Mr. O'Malley succeeds in his plan to impose Maryland's 6 percent sales tax on the purchase of gasoline, he will not only boost...
  • Letter: Gas tax is best way to pay for roads

    Your Feb. 23 article on the proposed gas tax missed a larger point on the gas tax: The gas tax is the most responsible way to pay for roads. For road funding you have only three choices, to subsidize our roads from taxes in other areas like income tax,...