As the nation shifts to electric vehicles, picture well-kept but long discontinued gas-powered pickups, especially in areas where charging stations may be sparse.
The United States has about 100,000 public chargers, far fewer than Europe and China. It needs 10 times as many, auto experts say, to complete the switch from combustion engine vehicles.
The president wants to use pollution rules to rapidly lift sales, but there are hurdles ahead.
Nearly half a million vehicles with illegally altered mileage are sold each year, according to federal estimates.
The proposal being prepared by the White House is intended to begin grappling with a number of big issues that President Biden focused on during the campaign.
Women are vastly outnumbered in the auto trades, but one pioneer, who died in 2019, is still inspiring others to pursue their dreams and lift one another up.
Building electric cars, and repairing them, will require a huge change for the industry and usher in a new automotive era.
The fuel could play an important role in fighting climate change, but it has been slow to gain traction because of high costs.
Sales of previously owned vehicles are booming, but many new owners may not realize what they’re in for in terms of upkeep.
For city dwellers who would love an E.V., the biggest hurdle might be keeping it juiced up without a garage or other convenient charging stations.