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Hybridization

{mosimage}A majority of Americans now say that they'll be interested in purchasing a hybrid vehicle when they replace their next car. The news comes from a Gallup poll that also shows Americans are also doing their best to cut back on the amount that they drive. I hate to say it but, I don't really mind when gas prices go up, at least people make smarter decisions.

The problem, of course, is that lower income people are forced to make those decisions far before the upper class is. The majority of people who make more than 50 k a year still haven't cut back on the amount that they drive. The good news is that people of all income levels are interested in hybrid cars.

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Cars revolution
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Plug-in Hybrids: The Future of visit web site cialis online the Electric Car Grid
written by Ecir Nodnarb, July 28, 2009
I won't buy a hybrid until the car companies at least sell plug-in hybrids. I'm really holding out for plug-in hybrids with range extended, on-board power generation from liquid fuels (like the Volt). I don't care if it puts a strain on levitra sales uk the electric grid. I REFUSE to buy another car that only gives me one fuel choice. Preferably, I want three fuel choices minimum. Gas, Ethanol, and Electric is one combination. Diesel, BioDiesel, Electric is another. I'm tired of being forced to buy gasoline and gasoline only. I want fuel choices, now! I won't support the automotive industry by buying another car until they give a fuel choice. Long live the people!
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written by Bernie, January 10, 2010
Whatever happened to that new type of battery that got me to come to this website in the first place?
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50k/year in the car
written by carbonthief light bulbs, September 16, 2010
People who drive 50k/year should think about alternatives anyway. Think - driving 50k/year at average 30 miles/h (this is probably best case), would mean that that person spends about 4.6 hours a day in the car. That is inhuman!!! It seems like change in behavior does not only save energy, but also time...

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