Tag: Study

GM Produces The Most American-Made Cars, Aren’t You Proud?

Feeling particularly patriotic today? Then you’ll appreciate reading about GM coming out on top in two separate independent studies as the carmaker with the most U.S.-made vehicle models. According to Cars.com’s annual American-Made Index for 2020, nine of the top 25 models on the list were GM products, more than with any other carmaker. The […]

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Consumers Love Trucks; So Do Thieves, As Ford F-Series Tops Most Stolen List

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released their latest Hot Wheels report, which reveals the most stolen vehicles from 2019. Complied using law enforcement data, the report, according to The Detroit Bureau, reveals that the best-selling vehicle in America was also the thieves’ favorite. We’re, of course, talking about Ford’s F-Series full-size pickups, as 38,938 […]

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Plug-In Hybrids No Greener, Or Even Worse, Than ICE Models, Study Finds

According to a recent study, most plug-in hybrid models aren’t more environmentally friendly than their regular combustion engine counterparts due to their limited all-electric range. Furthermore, if PHEVs aren’t regularly charged, their CO2 emissions can actually be worse than those of a conventional gasoline or diesel model. The study concludes with German researchers saying that […]

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Survey Suggests Half Of U.S. Fire Departments Don’t Have Protocols For Responding To EV Or Hybrid Fires

Electric vehicles are set explode in popularity as automakers are gearing up to introduce countless new models and governments are working to ban the sale of new vehicles with internal combustion engines. While a lot of preparations are already underway for this shift, it appears fire departments in the United States haven’t given much thought […]

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COVID Causing A Significant Shift Away From Public Transportation In Germany

The coronavirus pandemic will likely prove to have long-term impacts on the way people commute, and these include shunning means of public transportation. In a survey conducted by the German Aerospace Center’s Institute for Transport Research, half of all respondents in Germany said they are using public transportation less often or much less often than […]

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Study Shows Subaru WRX Owners Have The Most Speeding Fines In The U.S.

It is no secret that buyers of certain cars are more prone to being fined for speeding than others, and a new study has discovered which models are most likely to be driven by overzealous owners in the U.S. The study found that 10.54 per cent of drivers in the United States have a speeding […]

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UK Study Finds Which Cars Are More Likely To Help Land You A Tinder Date

Thanks to Tinder and other similar dating apps, meeting someone new has never been easier, although that hardly qualifies as any type of guaranteed success going forward. Still, if you’re looking to boost your odds of getting someone you like to swipe right on your profile, it would appear that posing alongside various cars can […]

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