Automotive nanny-mindedness is growing by leaps and bounds (all properly secured, of course).
Tesla's battery fire was nothing to write home about.
You might be allotted 200 miles between rechargings.
Government is now forcing automakers to build cars no one wants. How long before it forces car buyers to buy them?
What advantage diesel-powered cars like the new Chevy Cruze should offer is undercut by government-mandated features.
What are the nation's car dealers afraid of?
Missing the 1980s, big time.
Government regs have driven costs up -- yet diesel power still may be the way to go.
It's hard to squeeze juice out of, not to mention into, the taxpayer-endowed Tesla.
The new Dodge Dart is heavy, and it's a bother.