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  • The car, launched at the start of last year, was hamstrung by supply shortages, its high cost—$41,000 before a $7,500 government rebate—and slow sales in California, where the vehicle didn't qualify for a state tax credit and unrestricted use in car-pool lanes.

    GM Boosts Volt Defense as Sales Falter

  • There is no reason to think that next time all people can immediately and at the same time start to bike, take the bus or train, car-pool, buy a more efficient car, move closer to work, etc.

    Priorities « PubliCola

  • The city lacks train service, but express buses travel to Midtown in about 35 minutes, and some residents car-pool or drive to the ferries in nearby communities.

    Urban Flair Draws Families to Englewood

  • By contrast, Nissan said it sold 9,674 Leafs through the same period, with about 60% to California residents, helped by a generous $5,000 state rebate and car-pool lane access.

    A Jolt for GM's Volt? Car-Pool Access

  • The new models, which the Detroit auto maker plans to begin building on Feb. 6, will reward Volt owners with something even more coveted in the traffic-clogged Golden State: unlimited access to car-pool lanes.

    A Jolt for GM's Volt? Car-Pool Access

  • Jay Friedland , legislative director for Plug In America, an electric-car advocacy group in San Francisco, said a car-pool lane sticker is worth between $4,000 and $5,000, based on comparisons of resale value of Prius models with and without the stickers.

    A Jolt for GM's Volt? Car-Pool Access

  • Herb, Phil, and Angie in his car-pool certainly knew.

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  • Mother, worker, housekeeper, cook, car-pool driver, keeper of the social life, slave to time, seeker of beauty, object of the male gaze, she is weeping because she cannot do it all.

    Letty Cottin Pogrebin: Statement

  • CHP officer George Foard, in a statement, said that the Caltrans truck was traveling at about 15 mph in the car-pool lane.

    Son of Harvest Crusade leader Greg Laurie killed in crash

  • For security reasons, car-pool duties now belonged to the DPS agents who ferried the girls to school.

    Spoken from the Heart

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