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EV Days

Hyundai Is Offering A $7,500 EV Credit — But There's A Catch

ByLizzy Francis

You have to act fast.

EV Days

This Carmaker Lost The $7,500 Federal EV Tax Credit — So They're Making Their Own

ByKristi Pahr

New federal electric vehicle tax credits mean fewer cars than ever qualify. GM has a response.

Cars Without Crashes

Is This The Safest Car In The World?

ByMichael Frank

A crash causation expert breaks down the real problems in human driving behavior — and how technology could stop crashes for good.


The 10 Electric Family Cars We Can't Wait To Drive This Year

ByMichael Frank

2024 is going to be the year for families that want to get an EV.


Only A Handful of EVs Will Qualify For 2024’s Federal Tax Credit

ByDevan McGuinness

The list of eligible EVs will shrink in the coming year — but it’s not all bad news for consumers.


What Tesla’s 2 Million Vehicle Recall Means For Road Safety

ByKristi Pahr

And what the largest recall in Tesla history says about autopilot software.

Go Green

If You Want A Tesla, This Might Be The Cheapest They’ll Ever Be

ByDevan McGuinness

New rule changes hitting the federal electric vehicle tax credit in 2024 will make many EVs — including popular Tesla models — ineligible for the full $7,500 credit.

Family Cars

The Family Cars Of The Year Are Fun As Hell

ByMichael Frank

The family car has never been more fun. Here’s the best of the best — wheels that belong in your garage.

EV Tax Credit

It's About To Get Way Cheaper To Buy Your Next EV

ByDevan McGuinness

Changes to the $7,500 federal EV tax credit might mean that it’s way cheaper to buy your next EV at the lot.


This Interactive Map Of EV Charging Stations Around The U.S. Might Soothe Your Range Anxiety

ByDevan McGuinness

With some 64,000 charging stations mapped in the U.S. and Canada, you can go far... very far.