Berkeley Online Workshops On Electric Cars And E-Bikes In English And Spanish

September 23, 2020


Explore benefits of electric vehicles and learn about tax credits, rebates, and assistance programs

Berkeley, California (Wednesday, September 23, 2020) – Learn about the many benefits of electric cars and e-bikes at a series of online workshops highlighting the benefits of zero-emission transportation. At these events, you’ll get to talk to electric car owners and e-bike riders, see a virtual vehicle tour, and hear about the many incentive and rebate programs that make plug-in cars more affordable.

Electric vehicles have significant environmental, economic, and political impacts: these cars reduce carbon emissions as well as dependence on foreign oil. Unlike early models, today’s electric vehicles offer a significant range, options for every budget, and the convenience of charging at home, work, or on the road.

Weeklong event series starts Saturday

The workshop series, a celebration of National

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Injector Nozzle Market Size, Share From 2020 To 2025 | Growth Forecast Analysis By Manufacturers, Type And Application

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Sep 24, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Injector Nozzle Market is valued at USD 4667.99 million in 2018 and expected to reach USD 7206.46 million by 2025 with a CAGR of 6.40% over the forecast period.

Brandessece Market Research recently added the Injector Nozzle Market research report which offers a thorough study of the market scenario regarding the market size, share, demand, growth, trends, and forecast from 2020-2026. The report deals with the impact analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted exports, imports, demand and trends in the industry and is expected to have some economic impact on the market. The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the impact of the pandemic across the industry and provides insights into a post-COVID-19 market scenario.

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California to ban new gas-powered car sales by 2035: Q&A

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order banning sales of new combustion-engine motor vehicles in California starting in 2035 will mark a radical change in transportation infrastructure. It also will prompt many questions from consumers. Here are answers to some:

Is this a real ban on combustion vehicles?

The order calls it a goal but gives the California Air Resources Board authority to lay out a transition plan. CARB has enforcement powers. The order calls for a plan to phase in requirements between now and 2035, but details are yet to be determined.

Don’t electric cars cost more?

Yes, they do, with a sticker price typically 30% higher than that of a comparable combustion car. Right now, tax credits and rebates from federal and state government make up for much of that cost. EV advocates say lower fuel and maintenance costs should also be figured in.

But the price gap is shrinking.

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Autocar launches new Britain’s Best Car Awards

The inaugural winners of the new Autocar Britain’s Best Car Awards will be revealed on 21 October as we strive to steer readers towards the very best cars on sale in a marketplace that has never offered more choice.

These new awards, which will be announced online and in print, have been launched as a result of booming online traffic to Autocar’s reviews from car buyers. They will be a standalone event in 2020, before the initiative is rolled into an expanded main Autocar Awards that will return to its traditional calendar slot in May 2021.

The focus of the Britain’s Best Car Awards will be on highlighting the very best mainstream cars. At next year’s Autocar Awards, these new awards will replace the Game Changers category. The Autocar Awards will continue to celebrate the individual achievements of the people that make the industry so special, but it will now

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The best car insurance deals with the COVID-19 pandemic in mind

It has been 5 months since South Africa’s national lockdown was announced. Now reaching Lockdown Alert Level 1, many restrictions have been relaxed by the government.

Unfortunately, the pandemic has put South Africans under financial strain, which has put household expenses, monthly budgets, and insurance bills very much under the spotlight.

It’s essential, however, for consumers not to abandon their insurance cover, but rather to seek an alternative that can meet their new monthly budgets.

Find yourself a financial advisor

Therefore, it’s important to consider looking for a good, professional insurance broker who is a certified financial advisor.

Most insurance companies have dedicated advisors, who help clients identify their specific needs and risks associated with it.

Before committing to any policy, it’s important to either speak with your insurance company directly or with an independent broker.

The brokers that work in the industry have a lot of experience and help

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Special District Leaders Discuss COVID Lessons-Learned and Next Steps

Special District Leaders Discuss COVID Lessons-Learned and Next Steps


Welcome to the latest issue of The Districts, where we chronicle the people, issues and activities impacting special districts across the U.S.

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/ September 18, 2020

Welcome to the latest issue of The Districts, where we chronicle the people, issues and activities impacting special districts across the U.S. Our Special Districts Virtual Summit for the West Region brought together special district leaders from across the western U.S. to share lessons learned from the COVID response and discuss how these experiences are reshaping internal operations, citizen services and leadership strategies for the future.

More than

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FCA Slams ‘Complex And Opaque’ Pricing

A biting report from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says car and home insurance markets are not working well for consumers.

The regulator is proposing ‘radical’ reforms designed to boost competition, deliver fair value and increase trust in the sector.

If its proposals are accepted, customers will save an estimated £3.7bn over 10 years.

The main issue highlighted in the FCA’s final report into the way car and home insurance premiums are set is that customers who renew with the same firm are charged more than they would be if they were an equivalent new customer – the so-called ‘loyalty tax’.

Firms offer lower prices to attract new customers, with premiums rising for those who stick with the company at renewal – a practice called ‘price-walking’.

To counter this, the FCA is proposing that, when a customer renews their home or motor insurance policy, they should pay no more

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Chase Elliott to Run Special ‘Give A Hoot’ Paint Scheme in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Chase Elliott to Run Special 'Give A Hoot' Paint Scheme in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

No. 9 Hooters Chevrolet Camaro XL1 1LE Painted Pink for Upcoming Race

Chase Elliott to Run Special 'Give A Hoot' Paint Scheme in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness MonthAtlanta, GA  (  With Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming up in October, Hooters is showing its support along with Chase Elliott, driver of the No. 9 Hooters Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Hendrick Motorsports. Elliott’s car will undergo a transformation in October, featuring a new, black and pink Night Owl scheme to raise awareness for breast cancer research. Fans can check out the pink Night Owl car during the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway on October 25 at 3:00 p.m. ET. The Texas 500 is just one race making up the Round of 8 in the quest toward the NASCAR Cup Series Championship.

Everyone can join Hooters in the fight against breast cancer and #GiveAHoot by purchasing specially produced pink No. 9 merchandise starting Sept. 23 at and the Chase

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Try This The Next Time A Car Dealer Twists Your Arm To Buy An Extended Warranty

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Though COVID-19 has had a profound effect on the car market, it has not brought the often-predicted revolutionary changes in the dealership experience. While remote deals and online transactions have increased, the old-school way of buying a car persists, and that means dealing with hard-sell tactics in the finance office.

The internet has empowered shoppers to find their desired car, and even negotiate a price, without stepping into a dealership. Shopping the deal from the comfort of your computer keyboard is one of the more effective ways to compare quotes. However, customers may have to make the trip to the dealership to sign the paperwork and complete the deal. This trip to the finance office can easily negate any savings a customer scored on their car if they buy contract add-ons like extended warranties, service plans and other finance extras.

I’m not going rehash

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