It’s no surprise that electric cars—also referred to as electric vehicles (EVs)—are becoming more and more popular each year.
As we enter the new year, the EV market continues to expand with a fresh new line up of electric vehicles on the horizon.
Every year, the winter months bring the holidays, colder weather, and—depending on where you live—winter driving conditions.
In July of 2021, GM announced a recall of all Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV models due to a small number of faulty batteries causing fires.
There are many different benefits to electric vehicles (EVs) that are causing more and more consumers to ditch their gas-powered cars and go electric.
As September ends, we wrap up National Preparedness Month, but that doesn’t mean you still shouldn’t make sure you’re equipped for power outages, emergencies, and disasters.
Microchips (also known as semiconductors) are an essential component in many of the products we rely on every single day, like our cell phones, computers, televisions, and even our cars.
All around the world, people are starting to give up their gas-guzzling cars as we move toward a cleaner, renewable future.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming increasingly popular as primary vehicles due to their low emissions, cheaper fuel source, and less required maintenance.