About Steve Hanley

Steve Hanley I have been a car nut since the days when Rob Walker and Henry N. Manney, III graced the pages of Road & Track. Today, I use my trusty Miata for TSD rallies and occasional track days at Lime Rock and Watkins Glen. If it moves on wheels, I'm interested in it. Please follow me on Google + and Twitter.



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Electric Truck Overview — Electric Light-Duty Trucks, Medium-Duty Trucks, & Heavy-Duty Trucks

December 6th, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

As exciting as the coming era of electric cars is, with its promise of swift, silent, emissions-free transportation for all, the truth is that trucks are some of the biggest polluters on the road. According to the US Department of Transportation, nearly 50% of all emissions from the transportation sector are attributable to light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks. So where are all the electric trucks? When will you be able to buy an electric truck? What's going on in the electric truck startup world? For the purposes of this discussion, we will look at four categories of electric trucks — light-duty trucks, delivery trucks, freight trucks, and trash trucks


Indigenous People Deeply Involved In Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

December 5th, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

Pollution and destruction from fossil fuel extraction affect all people worldwide. The plight of the Sioux Nation in North Dakota has attracted support from indigenous people from as far away as Norway who have convinced local investors to withdraw financial support for the project.


Dodge Diesel Dilemma Leads To Lawsuit, Finger Pointing

December 3rd, 2016 | by Steve Hanley

A class action suit has been filed against Fiat Chrysler and Cummins alleging they deliberately misled consumers about the emissions and fuel economy of Dodge 2500 and 3500 pickup trucks with diesel engines.



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