Hybrid Cars- Better than Conventional Cars
24
November
2012

The rising prices of fuel every year have affected the pockets of billions of people all across the globe. In addition, rising level of pollution has damaged the environment greatly in the past one decade. Thus, people now prefer to go for things that could save them a few bucks; looking for alternatives of utilities high on cost.

One such area of replacement owns a hybrid car in place of any conventional car. Thanks to its low production cost, hybrid cars not only cost less but are also environment-friendly. There are many reasons as to why hybrid cars are better than conventional cars. Let’s have a look at the 4 major reasons:

Gas saving technology
Hybrid cars make use of gas saving technology. The electric motor used in it brings in use cleaner energy, thereby contributing to greener and cleaner environment and at the same time, saving fuel.

Environment-friendly cars
Hybrid cars are known to be environment-friendly. They release lesser toxic emissions compared to that released by gas-powered cars. Furthermore, it releases lesser carbon dioxide, relatively.

Lower Maintenance Cost
Due to environment-friendly technology used and a powerful electric motor that emits noticeably lesser toxic gases, the cost of maintaining a hybrid car is substantially lower than that of a conventional car.

Tax Relief for Hybrid Car Users
To promote and encourage the use of hybrid cars, the president of U.S in 2005 passed an agreement that gave great tax relief to those who use hybrid cars. This was simply because of the environment-friendly technology used in the car that is quite necessary in today’s time to maintain a green environment. These tax incentives vary from country to country and even from state to state.

All in all, these benefits help to a great deal in bringing the rising global warming level under control. It would not be long when hybrid cars would replace the conventional cars. After all, who wouldn’t want to save a few of their hard-earned bucks and contribute to greener and cleaner environment at the same time?

Authot: Neil Hilden contributed this guest post on behalf of Luton Taxis. He is a freelance automotive writer. He enjoys sharing his tips and insights on auto and driving blogs.

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