08
July
2013

Driving your car with an eco-friendly attitude has never been more important than it is today. Not only does driving your car the smart way help towards reducing harm to the planet, but it will also help you save cash. Smarter driving means using less expensive fuel, which can contribute to global warming when it’s burned in an engine.

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19
June
2013

Cars, like many other products today make use of energy efficiently. There are also several cars in the market that use other natural forms of energy. The sale of automotives contributes significantly to any economy. The engines of these automotives contribute a lot to pollution in the air. Approximately, fifteen million Cars and light motor vehicles are expected to be sold in the US market coming year. Still most of them are being powered by Gasoline.

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17
June
2013

In the present scenario of growing environmental consciousness, people are inclining more towards eco-friendly cars that are not detrimental to the environment. These cars use biodiesel, ethanol or compressed natural gas as fuels. There are also Hybrid cars that are partly dependent on battery and partly on natural fuels, and are most popular in the market. In the United States, these cars are gaining more popularity and have been successful in reducing the greenhouses gases and pollution to a large extent.

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13
June
2013

Recently on 5th June, we observed the world environment day, and environmentalists, policymakers, social activists and others from the world reiterated their vow for bettering the environmental conditions on this earth. If you can’t participate in dedicated environment protection movements, there is still something that you can do to safeguard the environment. And one important thing is to choose products which are more energy efficient. Among these, perhaps the most important consideration could be about choosing a motor vehicle that contributes the least to the air pollution. Today, all leading brands are manufacturing eco-friendly cars.

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13
May
2013

At the very beginning, two things have to be said:
1. Pollution is a very big issue and it is high time people started thinking about “going green”, or in other words, we should strive to keep Mother Nature safe and sound – she cannot do it on her own.
2. Gas prices are high and there is no indication whatsoever that they will drop at any point.

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06
May
2013

Purchasing a new car is not just about setting a budget and looking for […]

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26
April
2013

When you’re buying or leasing a new car, you could do a lot worse […]

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17
April
2013

An increasing number of motorists are warming to the notion of green cars, according to a study by the RAC which examined the attitudes of UK drivers towards electric and hybrid vehicles. Almost 50% of those questioned said they would consider driving an alternative vehicle, with some 25% suggesting they were likely to buy a greener car at some point in the next 5 years.

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