As America goes electric, Volkswagen of America’s Network Readiness Co-Op Program yields major results

Photo Source/Copyright: Volkswagen Volkswagen of America’s nationwide Network Readiness Co-Op Program is bringing in its first major results. Earlier in 2021, the brand announced its investment of $20 million to transform its network of more than 600 dealerships into regional hubs of EV experience. As sales for the all-new and all-electric Volkswagen ID.4 continue to

Florida should prepare for wicked Sunrises and Red Tide spikes as Saharan Dust is set to blanket the state for more than a week

Saharan Dust Sunrise over Atlantic Ocean – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Rolando Otero Picturesque sunrises and smelly sargassum will soon be on the horizon for Florida residents as a wave of Saharan Dust is expected to arrive Wednesday of this week. The phenomenon of Saharan dust storms is a rather common occurrence during the

FBI Agents remembered for their service with separate ceremonies in South Florida

Courtesy: CNN Last week Tuesday, a dark day in law enforcement fell upon the state of Florida and the United States. One of the deadliest Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) cases took place in a South Florida home in the city of Sunrise in Broward County. Two FBI agents, Daniel Alfin, 36, and Laura Schwartzenberger,

ID.4 Electric Vehicle Charging: Inside Look

Photo credit: Volkswagen The electric vehicle (EV) world can be quite perplexing to understand. In hindsight, who would’ve thought the world would be crawling with battery-powered vehicles in the year 2021? But now that we have breached the surface and potential that electric vehicles can have in our society let’s take an inside look at

Florida preparing to “fall back” as Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend

Courtesy: Image by pasja1000 from Pixabay Have you noticed the sun creeping through your window earlier as the days go by? That’s because Daylight Savings is coming to its seasonal end.  Daylight Saving Time (DST) will come to an end this season on Sunday, Nov 1., at 2 a.m.  For Floridians and many others, this