As driving and gasoline consumption decline, cash-strapped states scouting for ways to pay for critical road work are increasingly looking to tolls.
Electric vehicle technology has a bright future, says a leading industry analyst, but the focus for the near future will continue to be developing internal-combustion engines that meet tightening economy standards while still being affordable to consumers.
A behavioral economist explains why we can recite the price of gasoline but not, say the cost of a head of lettuce.
A new study by a Michigan State University economist shows that even when E85 prices exceed gasoline prices, some flex-fuel vehicle owners in Minnesota continue buying the higher-blend ethanol.
On January 1, the 45-cent per gallon federal tax credit for ethanol expired. Since then, gasoline prices have gone up in some places by more than 20 cents per gallon, leading to some speculation that there’s a connection.