Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Explained

October 3, 2007

car-volt.jpgAs fuel costs continue to rise, and environmental impacts become apparent, environmental concerns surrounding normal gas vehicles have brought about a need for vehicles which can save on fuel costs while simultaneously being a little friendlier to the environment.  Hybrid cars have begun to enjoy mainstream success in an attempt to fill this need, as sales for it continue to increase over time.  The definition for a hybrid vehicle is something that can be traced back as many as thousands of years ago, even back to the ancient sea vessels which made use both of wind power and rowing power to operate.  The term is meant to refer to any vehicle which operates based on the combination of two or more different types of power, and these power sources can include gas, natural gas, wind, electricity, vegetable oil, bio-fuel, ethanol and fuel cells. Read more

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