How to Get a Tax Credit for the Chevy Volt?

Answer The Chevy Volt is General Motor's electric vehicle released in 2010. Two years prior to the Volt's release, the United States Congress passed a bill granting $7500 in federal tax credits to buyers... Read More »

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How to Change a 1932 Chevy From a 6-Volt to a 12-Volt?

Upgrading your 1932 Chevrolet from a 6-volt system to a 12-volt system is a mechanical improvement that you can accomplish without rewiring the vehicle. While removing the 6-volt system is not a go... Read More »

How to Customize a Chevy Volt?

The Chevrolet Volt was unveiled in 2007 as a concept car powered by a hybrid electric and gas driveline. Since then, GM has announced that the Volt will indeed be sold as a production vehicle, supp... Read More »

How to Charge a Chevy Volt?

General Motors (GM) introduced the Chevy Volt in November 2010. The American-made electric vehicle runs for 40 miles on electricity. After the battery depletes, it switches to a gasoline engine. Th... Read More »

Chevy Volt Information?

The Volt is a car in development by Chevrolet, a division of General Motors. The Volt is slated for release in late 2010 for the 2011 model year.