Do you need to find a new forklift ideally suited for your workplace? We offer tips on what to look for to find the best truck for your workplace here.
Owning a car can make commuting easy and save you time. What are some of the differences between gas and electric-powered vehicles? Let’s find out.
Thanks to their positive impact on the environment and unmatched safety features, electric cars are increasingly gaining mainstream prominence - with the advent of Tesla, the already legendary e-car manufacturer, and their Model S which has taken the world by the storm, everybody is talking about electric vehicles as the future of transport. The future which happens now.
Deciding to get an electric car is a big life decision. We’re here to help you decide if the price of one is worth it to you (here’s a hint, it probably is).
Electric cars offer environmental benefits, cost savings, attractive designs, cheaper maintenance, improved safety, and easy home charging.
There are a number of vehicle choices on today’s market, from economy cars to hybrids and even fully electric vehicles. While fully electric vehicles are fantastic both for you and for the environment, it is not just as simple as buying a new car and driving it home. To really be prepared for a fully electric vehicle you need to take some important steps too. Some of those steps will depend on the brand and model of vehicle you are purchasing. Here are five things you need to do before you purchase an electric vehicle. Get a Home Charger Obviously if you are going to drive a fully electric vehicle,…
A new report shows that the fastest growing crime in the world is cyber-crime. Commenting on the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report 2017, Hiscox CEO Steve Langan said that in 2016 “cybercrime cost the global economy over $450 billion, over 2 billion personal records were stolen and in the U.S. alone over 100 million Americans had their medical records stolen,” reports CNBC.
When we consider the things that technology has helped improve, most people think of things such as the internet, electronics, and the media industry. Music is clearer, movies have better special effects, the internet is global and public, and there may come a time in the near future where cd and blu ray players are as obsolete as the 8-track player. However, there are some instances that technology has improved that most may not ever think about. Electric Cars I know what you are thinking. Everyone has heard of electric cars, but the technological boundaries of electric vehicles have far exceeded those with which they started with in the 1820s.…
While the fossil fuel industry has proved remarkably resilient at extending its dominance of the car fuel market, there are a few very good reasons to assume that - at some point - one or more of the alternative fuels under development and/or currently in use will make its mark. The problem in relying on a single fuel type to power the global economy is that the supply chain could be so easily interrupted. Then we’ll wish we had access to one of the following.
Many elements contribute to a driver's enjoyment behind the wheel. Nowadays, though, there is an increased need to fulfil your responsibilities to Mother Nature. Car pollution is one of the biggest problems to the environment, so it's imperative to make the necessary upgrades. If we all did our individual bit, the overall carbon footprint would be significantly decreased.
Fabulous car manufacturer Porsche is planning on revolutionizing the auto industry with its latest Mission E concept. By the end of 2020, Porsche will have a fully electric vehicle wandering the streets. The company behind the world’s most innovative and recognizable car designs in the world is stepping into the future at full speed. Earlier this December, Porsche announced that they’re on the verge of making the very first 100% electrically powered car. The official launch is scheduled by the end of 2020. The Mission E concept car The Mission E concept car project has just received a green light, and it looks like the company is aiming at changing…
Everywhere we look nowadays, we see technology moving forward at an ever-increasing pace. It seems like new phones come out every other week, and technology that even science fiction authors wouldn't have dreamed of sixty years ago is now commonplace. Who would have thought that cars will someday drive themselves? Or that we would have drones flying around and monitoring everything we do?