The future of autonomous vehicles is already here.
The mystique of alternative fuels continues to capture our attention.
Focused on the future of fuels and environmental concerns, the Fuels Institute's Annual Meeting sparked lively debate.
The fuels market is changing, just not very fast.
In the coming years, where will drivers live and how will they travel?
The vehicles market is thriving, but technology is changing the consumer experience.
In spite of media attention and coverage to the contrary, liquid fuels still reign supreme.
From EVs to safety, the transportation industry is positioned for technology advancements.
Obituaries for diesel vehicles may be premature.
Stay informed on emerging market forces before they catch you off guard.
Be wary: Low gas prices can cause some retailers to make poor strategic choices.
Fuel prices and light duty vehicle sales both down in 2015.
Store-level data shows slight improvement in E85 sales since June 2014, despite lower gas prices.
The Fuels Institute's Spring Meeting inspired debate and insights about the current and future transportation market.
Tomorrow's customer will consume far less fuel than will the customers you serve today.
A look back at vehicle sales by powertrain-type shows where market share is growing and which vehicles are declining.
Perspective is critical to understanding changing market conditions.
Lower fuel prices give spending power back to consumers, but the long-term effects of lower prices might not be so uplifting to the economy.
At the first Fuels Institute Summit, attendees discover how transportation industry disruptors are changing consumer behaviors.
The Fuels Institute will release one of the most comprehensive evaluations of the driver population ever published.
Two new reports explore the near-term growth market of diesel fuel.
The battle for the consumer wages on as two criteria duke it out for fuels market supremacy.
Understanding how fuel efficiency standards are implemented and what they mean for fuel consumption is critical.
Can government regulation spur sustainable improvements in the transportation market?
Electric vehicles will challenge — but not topple — the c-store business model.
Consumers make financial decisions when it comes to buying a vehicle or selecting a fuel, but comparison shopping for alternatives must become easier.
At its second gathering, the Fuels Institute evaluated alternative fuel options and expanded its outreach.
The advent of spring means drivers consume more fuel.
Consumers could determine the future of alternative fuels and vehicles — more so than government policy or corporate strategy.
Each vehicle fuel type increased sales last year, but forecasts through 2040 indicate changes in the market.
The Fuels Institute's inaugural report plants the seeds for additional market evaluation.
The Fuels Institute Board of Advisors identifies research agenda and educational opportunities for the coming year.
Sales of electric vehicles continue to rise, but further advances are necessary to gain market share.
Increasing flexible fuel vehicle inventories and potential price advantages for fuel could lead to E85 resurgence.
With high-octane fuels, there are challenges to overcome and opportunities to explore.
If the right factors are met, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could be a viable option for consumers and retailers.
Consumers grow more comfortable with diesel and automakers look to the fuel to help with compliance.
Tomorrow’s vehicles may dictate tomorrow’s fuels.
Insight into consumer preferences is central to Fuels Institute research.
The vehicle market is changing and nowhere is that more evident than at the Washington Auto Show.