It seems that every day in our commute to work, spotting a hybrid vehicle is not uncommon. Sometimes we may even catch a glimpse of an electric car. But how green are American drivers compared to other nations? Continue reading for an answer and some explanations for your consideration.
If going green is one of your New Year’s resolutions this year, work one of these eco-friendly practices into your budget and lifestyle: Dubbed the “world’s first affordable, zero-emission car” by Nissan itself, the LEAF is an all-electric car that seats five adults and can travel about 80 miles on a single charge. It and other electric vehicles (EVs) are a popular choice for those wanting to eliminate tailpipe emissions and spend their car-powering money at the local utility company instead of overseas oil companies.
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