Maryland’s governor is banking on the Beltway and outer interstates as the keys to improving commuter transportation in Maryland.
They’re cool. They’re supposedly green. And yes, electric vehicles (EV) can be confusing. Check out the real-world answers below to seven classic EV questions. We’ve even discovered some crazy sweet (like $10,000 sweet) EV coupons that expire Sept. 30. Maybe it’s time to go electric?
In just about any case, getting your car towed will ruin your day. However, Baltimore City’s government now wants to meet those unlucky drivers halfway by helping them to locate their vehicles with a new online registry.
Everyone agrees that the nation’s worst drivers are in Boston–so it should come as no surprise that the second-worst drivers, according to Allstate Insurance’s annual Best Drivers Report, are from just outside of Boston in Worcester. But the city with the third-worst drivers in the entire United States of America? Baltimore.
In Rolling Stone this week, Matt Taibbi profiles Kato Simeto, a man he calls “the mad scientist of Baltimore.” Simeto, a former extra on The Wire, has dreams of becoming the first African-American automaker and has devoted years of his life to designing a car that is both ultra-fuel efficient and cool looking.
The good news is that Baltimore drivers are apparently not as bad as those kooks in DC and Boston. The bad news is that we’re worse than pretty much everyone else.
Looking for a chance to step back into the 50’s for a bit? Well grab your comb, slick back your hair, and hop into your Chevy (or whatever) and head down to Mobtown Greaseball for a rockin’ good time. That means bands and food, of course, but there will also be plenty of kats and kittens showing off their awesome vintage rides, car show style. Not only that, there is an entire swap meet component for those looking to pick up impossible-t0-find-otherwise parts and accessories for classic cars. Sure, that doesn’t include most of us, but it’s still fun to browse and fantasize, right?