States are testing an electrifying idea: roads that can charge your electric vehicle ⋆ Michigan Advance – Michigan Advance | CarTailz

By Jenni Bergal for Stateline Traffic officials are hoping to make history on two short stretches of road near downtown Detroit, Michigan. Over the next two years, they want to embed technology in the roadway that can charge electric vehicles while driving. The wireless system will be the first US test of so-called inductive charging … Read more

Jonita White’s insights into the male-dominated world of auto repair – Local Profile | CarTailz

Sports cars, fancy cars, you name it – Jonita White likes them all. Good-looking and warm-hearted, she stands out in the male-dominated world of auto repair. With her husband, she owns Christian Brothers Automotive Frisco West at Stonebrook Parkway and Farm to Market Road 423. When her store opened in 2011, White became the second … Read more

Bike repair stations pop up in suburbs – Daily Herald | CarTailz

With more and more electric vehicles purring onto the streets, charging stations are key to widespread acceptance among skeptical motorists. Surprisingly, cyclists are already blessed with free “charging stations” scattered throughout the Chicago area. Various suburbs and popular trails have bike repair stations that provide essential tools to adjust seats, align sloppy derailleurs, and fix … Read more

The 2023 Genesis GV60: Genesis’ First All-Electric SUV Has a Range of 248 Miles, a Crystal Ball, and is Made in the USA – Morningstar | CarTailz

By Colin Ryan The electric SUV has an attractive profile and comes with 3 years of free maintenance, but may not yet be available in your state. advantages Disadvantages what’s new The all-new 2023 Genesis GV60 is an all-electric luxury compact SUV. It starts at $58,890. Like every other Genesis, the 2023 Genesis GV60 comes … Read more

County, City Seeks New GTV Servicing Facility – The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel | CarTailz

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States are testing an electrifying idea: roads that can charge your electric vehicle – Ohio Capital Journal | CarTailz

This article was originally published by Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Traffic officials are hoping to make history on two short stretches of road near downtown Detroit, Michigan. Over the next two years, they want to embed technology in the roadway that can charge electric vehicles while driving. The wireless system will … Read more

Spring Vehicle Maintenance Checklist – AARP | CarTailz

Winter conditions can damage your car. That means your car could probably use a refresh when the weather warms up. After being coated in salt, mud and sand, a car’s exterior requires attention, and many parts and systems need some love as well. “Through preventive maintenance, you improve the performance, durability and safety of the … Read more

These 5 steps will get your car ready for sale – AARP | CarTailz

Although situations vary, you generally don’t want to do repairs that cost more than 10 percent of the car’s value, says Kimberlea Buczeke of RepairPal.com, a website with a calculator that estimates repair prices based on your location and age, make and model your vehicle. In most cases, new brakes or tires don’t make much … Read more

Auto repair shops often skip an important safety step – the Boston Globe | CarTailz

But many workshops don’t care. They lack the costly equipment, trained technicians, and even the floor space required to calibrate security sensors. And so, thousands of “fixed” cars are driving around with unreliable ADAS sensors that may not warn the driver of a potential disaster. “I think the majority of body shops definitely don’t do … Read more