If we kept clean car standards in place, they would help prevent 40,000 premature deaths, 34,000 hospitalizations and 4.8 million lost workdays by 2030.
The benefits appear to be even greater for people who also walk or cycle for transport when doing errands or other daily activities.
They’re little advertisements that have to accomplish the task of not looking too tacky or flashy, but also being visible enough to register with the viewer.
The motto “10,000 Lakes” has appeared on the license plate since 1950. When you find a formula that works, you stick with it.
Traffic safety experts have long warned that hands-free devices do not eliminate the risk of having an accident caused by distracted driving — and may even increase it.
Although cycling is much healthier — both for our health and our pocketbooks — than many people realize, it’s also much more perilous than it needs to be.
For all the time Americans spend embracing health fads, they still largely undertake a simple activity every single weekday that’s associated with obesity, high blood pressure, sleeplessness, and general unhappiness.
There are just six one-of-a-kind cars on the lot at Mini Motors in Minneapolis, a business whose humble origins can be traced to a used shipping crate.
Even my husband, an automotive machinist of more than 30 years, had never seen a Mini Moke.
As with any heavy concentration of subcultures, the Lake Street automotive world brings with it a visual language all of its own.