AAA is backing synthetic oils at oil change because of potential long-term cost savings.
Volvo is developing technology which will combine smartphones and mobile fuel suppliers.
New discovery about the dynamics of squeezing fluids could revolutionise fuel and oil separation techniques.
NanoMech claims its new near-frictionless product patents could remove the need for traditional lubricants\n\n
Brakes Plus And Universal Lubricants to recycle used motor oils.\n\n
Chinese automaker looks to claim electric niche in US.
Water is the new power source for mobiles using fuel cell technology developing in Scandinavia
A new plant will produce the latest low-pollution eco-engine.
UK-based scientists have found a method of ethanol to butanol conversion that could make mass production viable.\n
A prototype Aston Martin will be the first hydrogen-powered car to compete in an international motorsport event.\n\n