Trump Administration May Remove Rule Forcing Electric Vehicles To Emit Noise At Low Speeds, + Rear-View Mirror Requirements

The Trump Administration’s ongoing push to review and possibly undo various regulations may lead to the undoing of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) rule that requires electrified vehicles to emit a warning sound when driving at low speed, going by recent reports

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Electric Big Phat Scooter Offers Versatility & Oomph

Electric Big Phat Scooter

Electric Big Phat ScooterRiding fat wheels on electric bicycles and scooters can be a thrill if the electric motor is up to the job. We’ve covered two dual-motor electric bikes (e-bikes) so far that were silly fun to maneuver in corners — the EVO Big Bud PRO from Emotion and the MOAR foldable fat tire e-bike. It certainly sounds as if the Phat Scooter is shooting for something a little different, which should appeal to many as well

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The Beam Interview Series, Edition 38: Martin Baart Of Ecoligo

This week, Anne-Sophie Garrigou, journalist at The Beam, interviewed Martin Baart, co-founder with Markus Schwaninger of ecoligo, a solar utility that provides low cost electricity to businesses and industries in emerging markets

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Optimus Ride Approved To Begin “Highly Automated” Self-Driving Vehicle Testing

The MIT self-driving vehicle tech spinoff Optimus Ride has been granted approval to begin testing “highly automated” vehicles in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The approval was granted by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)

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Utah’s Park City Transit Deploys 6 All-Electric Proterra Buses With Battery Leasing

Utah’s Park City Transit recently deployed 6 all-electric Proterra Catalyst FC+ buses, which will be used to serve transit riders in the ski resort communities in Park City and Summit County, according to recent reports

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Nissan Teases Refreshed Leaf Again (Video)

The refreshed Nissan Leaf EV has been teased yet again, with another glimpse from the company of what we can expect when the rapidly approaching launch of the new Leaf arrives in a few months

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Hyper Chariot Aims To Go Faster, Further, & Cheaper Than Hyperloop

The concept of low- to no-pressure travel through tubes has been around for a few hundred years, but it’s clearly facing a revival of inspiration lately. It continues to capture imaginations as a promising future mode of transport, but also now investment dollars.

Today, the idea of achieving high-velocity travel in a controlled tube environment may have made a step forward, thanks to the startup Hyper Chariot Network

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