Want the practicality of an SUV but the drivability of a car? These nine wagons are the cure for the common crossover

I’ve said it a million times to anyone that will listen, but the pattern has never proved me wrong: people don’t want to drive what their parents drove.

In the 1950s and 60s, parents drove sedans, so their kids adopted wagons in the 1970s and 80s. Continue reading

The Safest Minivans on the Market

The modern minivan practice is a lot like being in a family room on wheels. The interior offers spacious and convenient seating, entertainment options, and lots of places to store stuff. Because it`s a vehicle, you also want the power to haul seven or eight passengers and the safety technology to protect your precious family cargo. Continue reading

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The Circular Economy Applied to the Automotive Industry

The dependence of the automotive industry upon raw materials and certain precious metals is a major obstacle and presents very strategic challenges for supply management. With 60% of the global supply going into car manufacturing, the automotive industry is the top consumer of lead in the world and according to some studies, these reserves will run out in 2030. Continue reading

Tesla certain in Hong Kong market despite end of tax break

The Wall Street Journal released updated data yesterday on how the elimination of Hong Kong’s vehicle-registration tax waiver for electrics impacted Tesla sales, and the results weren’t stellar.

Data analysis from the publication shows that zero fresh Tesla Model S sedans and Model X SUVs were registered with the Hong Kong transport department in April after the tax break was discontinued at the embark of that month. Continue reading

42% of Israelis agree with Netanyahu that media is against him

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The Times of Israel liveblogged Thursday’s events as they happened.

Iranian journalist ‘was saved’ by arrival in Israel, ‘would love to live here’

Hours after she arrived at Ben Gurion Airport, Neda Amin, an Iranian-born Turkey-based blogger for The Times of Israel’s Persian website, thanks the Israeli government for granting her refuge, adding that she has Jewish roots and would love to live in Israel. Continue reading