NBC’s today show – What does GM’s bankruptcy mean to you?

By | 2017-03-22T08:05:43+00:00 June 1st, 2009|Categories: Auto industry news, Automobiles and Energy, Chrysler, GM, Television, Video, youtube.com|

Lester Holt, is the co-anchor of the weekend edition of NBC's The Today show. Holt sat down with Scott Cohn, CNBC, and Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, carlist.com, to talk about what the General Motors bankruptcy means to consumers who own General Motors cars. What will happen to the resale value of General Motors and Chrysler [...]

Lou Ann Hammond Skypes on MSNBC about automobile hybrids

By | 2017-03-22T08:05:44+00:00 April 26th, 2009|Categories: Alternative vehicles, Automobiles and Energy, batteries, Electric - Range Extender Vehicle (E-REV), electric vehicles (EV), electricity, Hybrids, Plugin-electric vehicles, Technology, Television, Video, youtube.com|

Hybrids, electric cars, partial zero emission vehicles (PZEV). Lou Ann Hammond skypes with Alex Witt from MSNBC about future vehicles and vehicles you can buy that are as clean on evaporative emissions as hybrids. What about the person that isnt ready to buy a hybrid? Are there gasoline cars that are just as clean as [...]

Lou Ann Hammond on MSNBC’s Ed Schultz

By | 2017-03-22T08:05:44+00:00 April 23rd, 2009|Categories: Automobiles and Energy, Chrysler, GM, Television, Video, youtube.com|

Lou Ann Hammond, CEO carlist.com, talks to MSNBC's Ed Shultz about the impact of automobile dealers closures on local communities. Most people don't think car dealers closing will have an effect on them, especially if they don't buy that type of car. But they are wrong, sales tax reduction. and Hammond talks about the difference [...]

Lou Ann Hammond on MSNBC talking to Alex Witt about new safety technologies

By | 2017-03-22T08:07:52+00:00 October 23rd, 2006|Categories: Automobiles and Energy, Car accessories, Driving tips, Manufacturers, Safety, Technology, Television, Video, youtube.com|

Ocotober, 2006 - There are now over 300 million people in the United States. According to RL Polk there are around 227 million vehicles on the road. According to NHTSA, nearly 6.2 million police-reported motor vehicle crashes occurred in the United States in 2004. Almost one-third of these crashes resulted in an injury, with less [...]