Even with energy prices soaring, there's every reason to keep driving electric, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Columnist Carlo van de Weijer predicts that traffic congestion will soon be at its old level. Still, he calls for restraint in mega-investments for new road capacity.
Is grid overload a showstopper? The answer is obvious: not at all. After all, peak power can be solved with smart software and charging strategies, Maarten Steinbuch says.
Lots of new initiatives around self-driving cars are taking place, among which an intermediate form in which the car can be controlled remotely. Maarten Steinbuch looks at the current situation.
Carlo van de Weijer explores the future of two-wheeled engine-assisted mobility. It's not over yet for the moped, he concludes.
Car manufacturers will rather invest their millions in the technology of the future than in the technology of the past. That's why e-racing will ultimately replace Formula 1, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Even if our emissions-free cars will soon be running on fully renewable electricity, the environmental problem of mobility has not yet been solved, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
Using hydrogen for non-necessary applications leads to higher CO2 emissions in other applications and that is bad for the environment, Maarten Steinbuch concludes.
All the data a car generates is valuable for a lot of people and organizations. As a user, it's good to be aware of this, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
As more and more people start using traffic jam information, often available for free, the alternative routes are running out. Carlo van de Weijer offers some solutions.
The urgency of the climate problem demands us to work more from home, and also to apply maximum speed limits everywhere in Europe, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Columnist Carlo van de Weijer reflects upon the Helmond-based car manufacturer's record breaking milestone. Being efficient may be more rewarding than being luxurious, he writes.
Ten years after his first experience with an electric car, Maarten Steinbuch has now flown electric for the first time. He describes his experiences.
Clearly naming all the parties involved in an accident can bring more awareness that participating in traffic involves more responsibility than just thinking we can do it, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
New urban air mobility is not about kilometers high in the sky, but about the first few hundred meters above us. Maarten Steinbuch explores where this is going.
Sooner or later our irrational thirst for speed will make us fly supersonic again. For now, this is too expensive to be a realistic option, and rather shameless as well, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
Maarten Steinbuch's experience with the 250 kW charger shows that electric driving is entering the next phase. Throughout Europe, fast-chargers are now being installed.
The world of car insurances is about to change dramatically, Carlo van de Weijer writes. But this is not because of the growth in autonomous driving.
Our society is being digitized at a rapid pace. The question is to what extent technology will not only support but also determine our lives, columnist Maarten Steinbuch writes.
The newly planned rail connection to the Northern part of the Netherlands, Lely Line, is expensive. The government has to add €75 per one-way trip. There are alternatives, says Carlo van de Weijer.