Do you wonder why people choose to drive electric vehicles? Here are some things to know about this new technology.
Frigid temperatures, icy roads, and blowing snow can be hard on drivers’ nerves—and their vehicles—in the winter. When the mercury plunges, fuel efficiency can fall 20% or more and air pollution can increase.
Motor vehicles are a major source of air pollution in our state. Cleaner-burning, alternative fuels can help reduce carbon dioxide and other vehicle emissions.
Walking, bicycling, taking public transit are all better for you—and our environment.
Lead is a toxic metal. Anglers can choose sinkers and jigs made from non-poisonous materials such as tin, bismuth, steel, and tungsten-nickel alloy — and they can find them at established sporting goods retailers and on the Internet.
The vehicle you drive and how you use it may have a greater effect on the environment than any other choice you make as a consumer.
Travelers can generate a lot of waste and pollution, even with the best intentions. With a few changes you can green up your time away from home.
Reduce pollution by keeping your tires at the proper pressure.
Auto body repair shops can reduce VOC emissions by half or more by switching to water-based paints. Consumers can decide to look for auto body shops that have made the switch.