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And the ScanGauge-D for big diesels.
Unlike gas powered vehicle, OBDII is not the standard...
Big 9 Auto Manufacturer Logo
China is still ?on fire? but even the hard hit countries continue to add in some sectors.
GM in the US
Big time hiring in preps for a...
2012 US Truck Sales and Market Share - Big 4
I-90 EB near Charlton, MA. at 65 + mph.
How would you like to be this Sonic owner?
Same Guy a little later... Big Rig weaving from lane to lane while < .5 seconds back at 75 MPH.
Big Rig weaving from lane to lane while < .5 seconds back at 75 MPH. I-78 West in NJ west of I-287.
This one was a bit more interesting?
A Clean Harbors big rig way to close at 60 + mph on I-95 north near Sharon, MA
Animal Cracker Fun. Big Horn sheep about to get eaten by a Mountain Goat :D
Feeding the goats from the Elantra GT with animal crackers shaped like Big Horn Sheep (notice it on the sill ;))
The Danger That Lurks - Real World Traffic Case Studies - Our intrepid road reporter saw this on I-90 Westbound near Palmer, MA this past...
60 + mph while southbound on RI State Route 4 near Kingstown, RI.
Care to guess what the stopping distance of this rock hauler is? For the car...
Way to close to a school bus with children on board. This was at 60 mph on in Northwest New Jersey. The rig driver was even closer at one point.
Small measures will help but none can currently meet the 20% reduction in fuel consumption by 2020 targets.
A report released by...
Leaving Big Sky Country
$700 DC FAST Charger now standard.
2012 Nissan LEAF ? Still just as efficient but now a bit more expensive is all.
Nissan is expanding...
Feb 1, 2011 - Chicago Snowpocalypse - Big Plow Truck Pulling out small Plow Truck.
Scania has begun practical tests of a rear air deflector known as a boat-tail, which can reduce fuel consumption by up to 2 percent, which...
50 years of truck development for the sake of the environment, safety, comfort and fuel economy.
?In ten years time, commercial vehicles will...
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