One of the most important parts of maintaining a car is performing regular checkups to determine if repairs are needed. Regular car tune-ups can end up saving you money in the long run by avoiding costly repairs that may be necessary in the future if you detect wear and tear or damage that has occurred.… Read More.
Once upon a time, it was a rarity to know someone who drove a hybrid vehicle, and even more of a rarity to know someone who had an electric vehicle. But these days, you probably know several people who drive an alternative fuel vehicle. Pull into the parking lot of the grocery store, and you’ll… Read More.
Join RVCCC at The Greater Tacoma Convention Center and Pacific Raceways April 17-19 in Tacoma Washington. Green Transportation Summit and Expo is the region’s premier fleet modernization and alternative fuels event. This event offers information-packed sessions, prominent national and regional speakers, and the latest technologies from leaders in the industry. The 9th annual event… Read More.
When you go to the gas station there are generally three options for gas: regular (87 octane), midgrade (89), and premium (91 – 93 octane). Premium gas is the most expensive, and some people think that means it must be better for their car. According to The New York Times, a surprising 16.5 million drivers used… Read More.
The more technology changes the way Americans live, work and travel, the more states like Oregon adapt policies to technological changes. Such is the case with the introduction of electric vehicles. Oregon joins other states in offering zero emissions rebate for those who own and operate electric vehicles. In October 2017, Oregon’s Governor, Kate Brown,… Read More.