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  • Comparison Of Hybrid Car Batteries And Regular Car Batteries



    Hybrid car batteries provide the extra source of power, without using additional gasoline, that makes a hybrid care more fuel efficient. Non-hybrid cars also utilize a battery. Both hybrid and regular batteries can be recharged.. The similarities end t



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  • How To Jump Start A Dead Car Battery


    Here are few tips and instructions on jump starting a dead battery. First things first, though. You need to inspect the dead battery. If you see any damage such as leaks or cracks. DO NOT go any further. Put away the jumper cables and call a wrecker.


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  • Helium Powered Car


    Ever wonder what they will think of next? We are all about ready to go out and put our names on one of those lists to get a Hybrid Car due to the these fuel prices at the pump and then someone comes along and yells; “Wait, have you heard of Thermoacoust


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  • Hybrid Car Batteries versus Conventional Car Batteries



    Hybrid car batteries are half of the equation that makes a hybrid car more fuel efficient than a conventional automobile. While normal gas-powered cars also use batteries, there is a difference in how they are constructed and how much energy they store


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • ULEV - Acronym which means Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. ULEVs are 50% cleaner than the average new 2003 model year car.
  • GPS - Acronym which means Global Positioning System. GPS receivers are the HW that receives the satellite signal(s) and with the proper SW, can place your current position to within a few meters of your actual location anywhere on earth.
  • LRR - Low Rolling Resistance tires.
  • MFD - Acronym which means Multi-Function Display.
  • Hydrogen Economy - a hypothetical future economy in which the primary form of stored energy for mobile applications and load balancing is hydrogen (H2). In particular hydrogen is proposed as a fuel to replace the gasoline and diesel fuels currently used in automobiles.

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