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I'm Jordan, a blogger that will help you keep up with the latest news in the world of cars and the automotive industry. I am a passionate car enthusiast. I write all sorts of articles related to car reviews, automotive trends, useful tips for drivers, and the DMV. I developed my creative writing skills in college, and now I enjoy expressing myself as a blogger and sharing my thoughts with a global audience.

U.S. Lawmakers Calling for Higher Federal Gas Tax Amid Gas Price Slump

Slumping gas prices are obviously making car owners pretty happy, as it helps them save a lot of money at the pump, but they could also have a negative impact on consumers' pocketbooks, since they are already starting to hurt some states that rely heavily on gas and oil revenue, as well as the federal government, putting their budgets at risks, which could well result in increased taxes.

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Geico Rolls Out New Ride-Sharing Product

One of the biggest issues facing ride-sharing services is insurance, with lawmakers still struggling to figure out the coverage levels drivers should carry, and with different ride-sharing companies using different standards when providing coverage for their drivers causing quite a confusion among insurance companies.

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Consumer Reports Names Tesla's Model S “Best Overall Car” Once Again

Technological innovation is one of the most significant traits setting Tesla's Model S apart from most other cars on the market, and it's one of the main reasons why Consumer Reports has named it “Best Overall Car” for the second consecutive year.

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Study Finds U.S. Consumers Still Want Fuel Efficient Cars, Despite Low Gas Prices

Although falling gas prices have boosted SUV sales over the last couple of months, fuel efficiency will continue to be a priority for most car buyers over the next few years, according to a new study. The Consumer Federation of America (CFA) conducted a survey among motorists across America to find out whether they expect gasoline prices to stay low in the long run and whether fuel efficiency is still an important factor for them.

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Kansas City to Get 1,000 EV Charging Sites this Year

Ever since electric cars first hit the market in the U.S., West Coast states have been leading the way in the adoption of these alternative fuel vehicles, which is why they have the largest concentration of EV charging stations, with the rest of the country lagging far behind.

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The 2015 State DMV Website Rankings: Worst 10 Rankings

Online services are arguably the best way to reduce wait times at DMV offices and make them a much more pleasant place to visit for American motorists.

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DMV.com's State DMV Website Rankings, Places 31-41

For a DMV website to be helpful, it has to be responsive, provide content for the services offered on it, have clearly visible menus, and offer a large number of online services. DMV.com reviewed all state DMV websites, focusing on the aforementioned aspects, to see how each of them fared in the categories that are considered to be most important: design, usability, services, and website content.

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State DMV Website Rankings by DMV.com, Places 21-30

Nowadays, pretty much all state DMVs offer personalized online services in a bid to become more efficient and cut wait times. Availability of online services saves customers a trip to local DMV offices, easing the strain and pressure on DMV employees, which makes them more efficient and process the applications submitted by motorists faster.

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State DMV Website Rankings by DMV.com, Places 11-20

With an increasing number of DMV services being made available online, state DMV websites are becoming an increasingly important tool for meeting drivers' needs and streamlining DMV processes.

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Department of Transportation Awards $55 Million to Increase the Number of Electric Buses on the Road

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA), which is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), has announced that it has awarded nearly $55 million to several projects that are aimed at putting more green buses into service across the country.

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