251 Blog Posts From the Fuel Tag


The K-Car Reconsidered

The K-Car Reconsidered

Lee Iaccoca gets blame — or credit — for the 1981-1989 Dodge Aires and Plymouth Reliant K-cars, but unlike the minivan, this one’s really not his fault. He simply took the ball and ran with it. Though Iaccoca touted the virtue of K-cars aggressively once on board as Chrysler’s newly installed chairman (after having been […]

The Last Diesel

The Last Diesel

Jaguar has decided — and just announced — it will no longer offer a diesel engine in the XE sedan, which was one of the last passenger cars still available in the U.S. with a diesel engine. Mercedes, BMW, and Audi having dropped their diesel offerings well ahead of Jaguar. The reason why they dropped […]

So Much Auto Tech News—So Little Time April 28, 2019 Edition

So Much Auto Tech News—So Little Time April 28, 2019 Edition

Auto Technology seems to be moving at the speed of light and then sometimes it isn’t. Here are a few insights from the past several weeks in the world of Auto Tech. Satellite Cars An opinion piece from Satellite Today suggests that connecting driverless cars is a bit more complicated than first realized. The author […]

War on Cars Watch for April 24, 2019

War on Cars Watch for April 24, 2019

Welcome to the War on Cars Watch, a weekly blog to bring together all the stories that affect motorists with regards to street planning such as road diets, and traffic calming as well as programs such as Vision Zero and Complete Streets. Please read this blog and let us know what you think by commenting […]

Enclosed Car Transport: The Perfect Way to Ship Your Precious Car

Enclosed Car Transport: The Perfect Way to Ship Your Precious Car

Shipping a car can take the headache out of a cross country move, and most people don’t realize that they have the option to ship a car using open or enclosed auto transport. Enclosed vs. Open Car Shipping Open car shipping does not protect cars from the elements as much as enclosed auto transport, and […]