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Report: Kansas to cease allowing motorists to have 'duplicate' personalized plates. Wait, wha?

Kansas is revamping the way it issues vanity plates, and it means a lot of residents are going to lose their 'duplicate' personalized plates. They're not really duplicates, though: Unlike most states, Kansas allows people in different counties to have the same alphanumeric combination, so while the tags might appear to be copies, they are registered in different counties and that technically makes them different plates.

Ten green cars to remember from the last 100 years

Today is the very last day of the year. And guess what? This is the very last post you'll see on AutoblogGreen in 2009. Fret not, green car aficionados, there will be fresh new material to keep us all interested in 2010, but let's take a minute to look back. Not just on the last decade, but on the entire last century.

AB Asks: What are your New Year's automotive resolutions for 2010?

About this time every year, news outlets like ours wax nostalgic over the past year, compiling the highlights, lowlights, bloopers, and everything in between that happened in the last 365 days. Notes are compared, calendars dates are circled, lists are conjured. Understandably, other than leaving you with 100 of our greatest automotive photographs this year, we'd largely prefer to forget this year in automot

Russia to get lithium battery production courtesy of Thunder Sky

Looking to fill a gap in its energy technology profile, Russia is to get its first lithium ion battery production facility with a little help from China's Thunder Sky Energy Group Ltd. The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO), an entity formed to advance projects with "high commercial potential or social benefit," has teamed up with the prolific battery maker to build a plant in Domenick Yoney

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