Once again these high gas prices drive us nuts

Soon, school will be out and the summer driving season will be upon us. Already the price of gasoline has shot back up, and the reason it has spiked points to the same song and dance we get every year: A refinery goes down, OPEC curbs production, a pipeline breaks—and all the while the U.S. demand for oil inches back up.

What happened to electric?

Sales of electric vehicles in the U.S. surged by a surprising 81% from 2017 to 2018, according to Boston-based research firm Greentech Media. Al...

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