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Last week, the Town of Oro Valley unveiled its newly installed electric vehicle charging stations at Town Hall.
Battery car on white background (done in 3d)
Club Car is not only electric cars, gas cars are making their return to the market in areas where our customers travel longer distances. Club Car uses a Kawasaki engine to power their gas cars to ensure reliability. We have brand new 2014 cars and a special purchase of 2011 white gas cars that are in great shape.
Safety on the road is no accident. For example, when a warning light illuminates on a car’s dashboard, it is alerting you to a situation that requires your attention.
Seven months ago, Jim Click handed out 40,000 raffle tickets to 210 Southern Arizona charities to sell. Each charity was allowed to keep the profit from their ticket sales, and one lucky ticket buyer was chosen on April 27 as the winner of a brand new all-electric Nissan Leaf.
Golf Cars of Arizona is happy to announce a $1,000 discount on all 2014 Club Cars, both gas and electric, valid through the end of the year.
Because extreme temperatures can destroy a vehicle’s battery, it’s a cool idea to have your car’s battery tested periodically and replaced, if necessary, to avoid being stranded.
(BPT) - Have you ever felt that new technologies, from smartphones to Internet apps, are moving so fast that it’s hard to keep up?
The University of Arizona’s solar car has qualified for a 2,400-mile race, thanks in no small part to two volunteers — a retired air traffic controller and a former businessman — who share a passion for solar energy and tenacious, can-do attitudes.
Whether it’s for driving around on a golf course or for getting to the recreation center in a timely and inexpensive manner, Golf Cars of Arizona, provides a wide variety of vehicles to the Tucson area.
(NewsUSA) - Google has been making news in recent months for its work in a ground-breaking area: driverless automobile technology.
Jim Click has long been known as one of Tucson’s leading businessmen. It’s rare to drive through Tucson without encountering one of his numerous car dealerships, which are not only well renowned by the Better Business Bureau, but also highly spoken of by employees and car buyers as a place to work or shop.
I have to confess that I am a Car Guy, and always have been.
The Oro Valley Town Council held a six-hour meeting on May 20, making decisions to expand funding for two community organizations, cutting part of the police department's take-home vehicle budget, and agreeing to hire volunteer drivers for the town transit system.
The truly electric car is here — at least it was in Tucson for a short time, before heading up the road to Glendale.
Photo courtesy of www.NissanUSA.com, The electric, zero-emission Nissan LEAF was unveiled in Tucson last week. The company plans to market the vehicle in Southern Arizona during late 2010, with charging stations to be developed and with home charging stations distributed.
Your home may be your castle, but it can also be your money pit if you’re not careful. Between home repairs and the rising cost of fuel, food, and electricity, many Americans are feeling the pinch.
Monsoon storms can be thrilling to watch, but also dangerous.
The two-day “Sustainability and Energy Exp09 – Building a Better Community” is being presented March 6-7 at the Tucson Convention Center.
As gas prices sustain some of the highest marks in U.S. history, the demand for alternative energy methods is increasing. The Pima Association of Governments’ Tucson Clean Cities program, in partnership with ECOtality, Inc. is working to provide a solution by continuing to install electric-vehicle Blink charging stations across the region in project “Ready America”.
Bob Schumann has an intense passion for radio-controlled aircraft. In his garage workshop in Oro Valley he’s designed and built — from the ground up — everything from ultra-lightweight electric birds to 25-pound dual-engine, gas-powered models.
Tossed cig butts impact environment
I've figured out a great way to save myself the cost of garbage collection. I just haul my trash cans next door and dump them over my neighbor's fence. Presto! No more monthly garbage bill.
The Oro Valley Town Council voted on May 18 to take another look at a proposed rezoning measure that would allow St. Mark Catholic Church to exceed set height limitations to build a new facility for a growing congregation.
When Tony Vaccaro looks into the future, he likes what he sees. In seven years, his electricity bill will read $0.