DIESEL BITS

Diesel Power - - Power Bits -

It’s pos­si­ble that in Vir­ginia, mil­i­tary sur­plus ve­hi­cles will be able to be reg­is­tered as an­tique.

Ac­cord­ing to the INRIX Global Traf­fic Score­card, Los An­ge­les ranks high­est in traf­fic con­ges­tion for 2017— the sixth year in a row.

The ’19 Ford Tran­sit Con­nect Wagon has an all-new EcoBlue diesel engine con­nected to an eight-speed au­to­matic trans­mis­sion, which is said to help achieve 30 mpg.

In­ter­na­tional Truck de­buted the HV Series of vo­ca­tional trucks, which in­cludes midrange diesel ver­sions.

The ’18 Ram 1500 has taken a spot on the Au­to­trader 10 Best Car In­te­ri­ors list. It is the only pickup to rank.

Re­search from the United Ser­vices Au­to­mo­bile As­so­ci­a­tion finds the Ford F-150 is the most pop­u­lar choice among ac­tive and re­tired U.S. mil­i­tary mem­bers.

The Illi­nois Cen­tral Col­lege Diesel Pow­ered Equip­ment Pro­gram re­ceived a do­nated re­tired Ci­tyLink bus from the Greater Peo­ria Mass Tran­sit District for hand­son train­ing.

You can re­ceive a re­bate of up to $100 on a qual­i­fy­ing ex­haust sys­tem via a DynoMax mail-in pro­mo­tion, last­ing through July 31, 2018.

The U.S. Navy built a pro­to­type self­driv­ing drone ship—the Anti-Sub­ma­rine War­fare (ASW) Con­tin­u­ous Trail Un­manned Ves­sel Pro­gram (ACTUV)— which is dubbed “Sea Hunter.” Power comes from two diesel en­gines.

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