Daily Archives: May 31, 2014

Pucker Up to Ride Google’s Self-Driving Prototype

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Last Tuesday, Google unveiled their steering wheel and pedal deprived car designed entirely by themselves. The electric car uses a multitude of sensors and lasers to guide itself through streets and traffic with no interaction by the passenger. As any pilot who’s relied on terrain-following technology will tell you, it takes a […]

Who’s Pumped about Natural Gas Vehicles? 2

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A friend of mine asked me the other day why the US doesn’t invest in passenger cars that run on natural gas since we now have so much of it. He pointed out that New York City has been purchasing vehicles such as buses that do. Since I’ve had my head […]