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BEV Brake Service Tips

Andrew Markel shares his latest service tips in the all new BendPak EV Garage video series.

Honda Announces America’s First Production Plug-in Hydrogen Fuel Cell EV

Honda has unveiled America’s first production plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, the 2025 Honda CR-V e:FCEV.

GM Launches EV First Responder Training

New online content will help prepare first and second responders for emergency situations pertaining to electric vehicles.

Chrysler Unveils Chrysler Halcyon Autonomous EV Concept

The automaker will launch its first battery-electric vehicle in 2025 and will feature an all-electric portfolio in 2028.

Electude Partners with Advanced Vehicle Technology Group

AVTG will work hard with Electude to make sure educators feel ready to teach EV and hybrid vehicle courses.

Nebraska Experts Conduct Study on EVs and Highway Safety

The first-of-its-kind crash test of an EV pickup truck was done to better understand whether currently used guardrails and U.S. military protection measures against hostile vehicles are prepared for the growing number of EVs.

Electric Vehicles: It All Starts with the Intake Process

Having an established vehicle intake process will mitigate your risk, but so will educating yourself and having the proper knowledge and training.

USPS Unveils First Postal EV Charging Stations, Vehicles

The USPS, alongside White House officials, recently unveiled its first set of EV charging stations at its South Atlanta Sorting and Delivery Center.

Global EV Sales Expected to Triple in 2024

Americans are expected to buy close to 1.3 million electric vehicles this year, or 10% of global sales.

Deloitte Study: EV Adoption Slowing Amid Economic Headwinds

ICE vehicles have risen in popularity amid shifting consumer expectations and economic headwinds.

Multimeter Accuracy: How Important Is It?

Multimeter accuracy is critical for EV diagnostics.

Canada Announces New EV Availability Standard

To support the transition to electric, the Canadian government has committed $1.2 billion to establish 84,500 chargers by 2029.