Despite almost daily reports of crashes or non-responsive technology on public roads involving driverless cars, Congress is trying to hitch a new law to Santa’s sleigh in the form of the year-end-keep-the-government-open spending bill, just ahead of a new majority come January.
To overcome the inequity of current Electic Vehicle incentives, Maryland should concentrate public charging facilities in exurban/rural and multifamily locations, where they are scarce, and steer financial incentives toward EV taxis, shared-ride and car-sharing fleets and pre-owned EVs.
General Motors' CEO to meet with U.S. lawmakers from Maryland and other states this week. Maryland lawmakers say the decision to end operations at its White Marsh facility demonstrates "extremely poor corporate citizenship.” The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday night in Washington.
The former Bel Air Auto Auction property along Route 1 could become a residential community with a small mix of office and retail under a concept plan scheduled for a community input meeting next month.
Eddie McKinnon is the new president of Driven, an Annapolis-based executive travel company, which uses a fleet of 15 vehicles in the Mid-Atlantic — and a new concierge business with affiliates across the globe — to offer flat-rate, membership-based luxury ground transportation.
The Bel Air Auto Auction has seen a significant increase in its business since it opened its larger vehicle auction facility off of Route 7 in Riverside in September of 2017. Gov. Larry Hogan got to see the business humming during a visit Thursday.
The City of Westminster’s Mayor and Common Council met Monday, July 23 to address the Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory, vote on the purchase of police vehicles and a bid to pave city streets and to review blueprints for the new city offices.
For a sizable contingent of Americans, the pickup truck has emerged as a means of establishing their ties to a distinctly blue-collar identity in the course of flaunting their bourgeois prosperity. And the pickup’s political implications have most commonly skewed right, even far right.
Delivery of the new trash and recycling containers to the city of Aberdeen’s 4,500 residential customers cost the city more than anticipated, officials said Monday night as they approved an emergency budget amendment to cover the costs.
“The future is approaching faster than one can handle!” Prime-ers already know this, but I thought my fellow prime-ers would like to read some of these predictions, since it is April, but not April Fool’s information.
In pursuit of Maryland’s ambitious goal of 300,000 electric vehicles on the street by 2025, utility companies and other stakeholders are proposing to install a $104 million network of 24,000 charging stations across the state — which would be the second-largest in the country, after California’s.
Local businesses are bracing for tariff's that President Donald Trump plans to impose on steel and aluminum imports, with some concerned about higher costs and delays and others hopeful about a more level playing field for U.S. manufacturers.
Andy Musliner started Crofton-based InRoad Toys, which makes PlayTape, rolls of tape printed to resemble roads fit for tiny vehicles. It appears to have struck a nerve, meeting demand from parents who want to encourage creativity and from retailers looking to offer consumers something new in the toy category. It's also a twist on the growing decorative and crafting segment of the consumer tape industry.
While Dominic Toretto and the street racers of "The Fast and the Furious" live their lives a quarter-mile at a time, the drag racers at the annual Buckwild Truck and Tractor Classic are given just 250 feet to prove their worth. The show — featuring drag races, tractor and truck pulls, a car and truck show, and more — is an annual fundraiser for the Carroll County Agriculture Center, and helps keep the facility maintained and running throughout a year of events and celebrations held
General Motors will announce Wednesday the launch of its Maven Express Drive car-sharing service in Baltimore Wednesday, debuting a fleet of 40 Chevrolets, GMCs and Cadillacs that can be rented at 20 locations in the city for $8 to $20 per hour, or $80 to $200 a day.