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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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  • Electric vehicle charging station debuts in Howard County

    Howard County unveiled its first electric vehicle charging station last week, a free public plug-in site in Columbia, and officials are considering sites for more. The five-plug charging station, near the county's Thomas Dorset Building, adds Howard...
  • Gas tax increase discussed by Senate panel

    Gas tax increase discussed by Senate panel
    Increases to the gas tax, vehicle registration fees and the titling tax were among the options discussed to raise transportation revenues during a lengthy Senate Budget and Taxation Committee hearing Wednesday. The panel is examining ways to increase...
  • Tea party nirvana: Living la vida little

    I keep hearing Tea Party people and other Republicans talking about the need to return to small government. How can such an idea work in such a large and diverse nation? I understand that Republicans are aware of the first couple of chapters of U.S....
  • Annapolis electric-vehicle charging business grows

    An Annapolis company has received an order to produce 1,500 electric-vehicle charging stations to serve the small but growing number and variety of plug-in, battery-powered cars on America's roads. SemaConnect Inc. said Tuesday it would be supplying...
  • Bottled water can be green, too

    When it comes to bottled water, your readers should know the facts ("Maryland state offices going off the bottle," Oct. 1). While tap water can be a perfectly fine choice, it is not always readily accessible when and where consumers need it. Bottled...
  • Give cleaner cars a boost in Washington

    Clean car technology and infrastructure ("Annapolis electric-vehicle charging business grows," Oct. 5) brings benefits to local businesses. Cleaner cars help our economy and our environment and mean consumer savings at the pump as more fuel efficient...
  • Obama energy strategy is sound

    Peter Morici attacks President Barack Obama for pursuing an energy policy which seeks to develop alternative energy sources ("Obama's bad bet," April 3). He brings up the Solyndra debacle, begun under theGeorge W. Bush administration, as evidence that...
  • Community support at root of success of Catonsville school's first environmental festival

    Catonsville Elementary School hosted its first Environmental Festival on Oct. 8. It brought together local businesses, organizations, state agencies and families to learn about and promote environmental awareness. The environmental committee extends...
  • Aberdeen council approves site plan for five-story hotel near APG

    Aberdeen's city council unanimously approved a preliminary site plan for a five-story hotel at Routes 40 and 715 on Monday. The extended-stay Home2 hotel will be part of Aberdeen Exchange, a commercial development bordered by Newton Road, Route 715 and...
  • Do electric cars make the gas tax obsolete?

    I am concerned not to have heard or read any discussion of the impact the introduction of electric cars will have on revenues raised from gasoline taxes. How will we be able to meet our commitment to first-class roads whose upkeep depends on revenues...
  • U.S. energy policy: A slow national suicide

    U.S. energy policy: A slow national suicide
    In 1969, three unrelated events occurred that have since been combined with political bungling to slowly strangle the U.S. economy. Moammar Gadhafi overthrew King Idris of Libya. He nationalized Western oil company reserves with no retribution from the U....
  • Cure for the gas tax: More efficient vehicles and drivers

    Pete Horrigan's letter laments the impact of the gas tax increase on Maryland families, but reading between the lines it is clear that the impact of the tax on oil companies is what really concerns Mr. Horrigan, who is president of the Mid-Atlantic...