No one is invulnerable to tragedy, and when it strikes, help can be hard to get for many. Whether a grandparent has had a fall, or a loved one has suffered a stroke, they need assistance. Getting medical care after an accident, injury or an illness can be very difficult for many people, especially for those whose injury or illness prevents them from driving. So how are they to get to important medical appointments? Ford Motor Company has realized this problem and has partnered with Detroit Medical Center to help the Detroit community solve this issue. GoRide is Ford’s non-emergency medical transportation service. It provides those with physical and financial limitations with reliable, safe transportation to their doctors appointments and medical treatments. Their drivers are trained ...
Is it the end of oil & gas as we know it? As BP and Shell invest heavily into battery and electric car charging businesses, are we entering a new age of electrification?
The Tomahawk from Duboc Motors is a different type of sports car. This machine will have a range of 400 miles, with a top speed of 160 MPH, and 0-60 acceleration runs take just 2 seconds.
There are two ways to make money on a stock. You can buy it and hope it goes up. Then you can sell it and pocket the difference (after paying capital gains tax, of course). Or you can buy a stock that pays a dividend. Every quarter, the company will send you a check equivalent to the latest dividend per share multiplied by the number of shares you own. For instance, let’s say you own 100 share of Ford Motor Company, whose most recent dividend for the 4th quarter of 2017. The company declared a dividend of $0.15 per share, so you will get a check in the mail for $15.00. Assuming you own Ford for the entire year and the dividend is the same every quarter, you will receive $60.00 during the year. Divide that by the amount you paid for the stock to determine your return on investment for the y...
The top transportation stories in the news this week look at fossil fuel power in the rear view mirror...
Samsung SDI claims significant improvement in graphene density and charging performance. Is a breakthrough near?
It was all Tesla, all the time this week in the news. If it wasn't the Semi reveal, it was the J.B. Hunt truck order from Tesla, stories about Megachargers, or the return of the Roadster.
This week on the "Gas2 Week in Review" we focus on electric vehicles that aren't intended to someday replace your father's Chevy --- those commercial vehicles with real potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This week's edition of the "Gas2 Week in Review" looks at recent news stories about solutions that the EV industry is trying to overcome. If these successes keep building, all-electric transportation will soon be much more pervasive across all sectors of the personal transportation ownership group.
Tesla news drives our "Gas2 Week in Review," as our writers have received an exclusive from the Tesla Model 3 Owners Club to check our video footage of that newest addition to the Tesla catalog. Read those articles and more about Tesla in the category of what's happening now at Tesla.