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.
Renewable natural gas – biofuel is a clean, readily produced alternative to fossil fuels. As fossil fuel sources are being depleted, the world is seeking clean and renewable fuels. Natural gas is naturally produced from sources like landfill waste and is a clean-burning fuel that is becoming more commonly used to power vehicles. Biofuel Biofuel… Read More.
With the current unpredictable gas prices, fuel efficiency is more important than ever. One of the simplest ways to improve gas mileage and save gas is to keep your vehicle’s tires inflated to the proper tire pressure. This simple maintenance procedure can be easily performed and help to stretch each gallon of gasoline a little… Read More.
The Federal Highway Administration awards Rogue Valley Clean Cities Coalition the Environmental Excellence Award for the 585‐mile West Coast Electric Highway. The Excellence in Air Quality Improvement and Climate Change award was shared by Rogue Valley Clean Cities Coalition, The Oregon Department of Transportation and Washington State Department of Transportation for the border-to-border fast-charging stations… Read More.