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  • Hydrogen Cars Are Not All Hot Air


    Ever hear of hydrogen cars? This new breed of cars being developed far exceeds the current gasoline-electric hybrid cars as far as cleaning up the environment and lessening the U. S. dependence upon foreign oil. Automakers expect to have hydrogen cars


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  • Top 3 Hybrid Cars


    I believe there are three main hybrid cars out there that are the best of the best. The Honda Civic hybrid, Honda Insight, and Toyota Prius are the three main hybrids leading the market to date. Out of those three competing cars I think I have found


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  • Hybrid Car Comparisons



    For the model years 2005 and 2006, a hybrid car comparison of the various models will help people differentiate and decide which model is right for them. With sport-utility vehicles and trucks, a hybrid car comparison can be valuable especially when


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • External Combustion Engine - such as a steam engine does work when the combustion process heats a separate working fluid, such as water or steam, which then in turn does work.
  • Energy Efficiency - refers to products or systems using less energy to do the same or better job than conventional products or systems. Energy efficiency saves energy, saves money on utility bills, and helps protect the environment by reducing the amount of electricity that needs to be generated. When buying or replacing products or appliances for your home, look for the ENERGY STAR® label — the national symbol for energy efficiency. For more information on ENERGY STAR® labeled products, visit the ENERGY STAR® Web site.
  • LMPG - Lifetime Miles Per Gallon.
  • Reboot - A reboot is where you take your car from IG-I (ICE-Off) to IG-II to reboot the electronics and systems without actually starting the car.
  • Oil - Oil, a liquid fossil fuel, is formed from layers of buried plants and animals that have been subjected to geologic heat and pressure over a long period of time. The energy that the plants and animals originally obtained from the sun is stored in the oil in the form of carbon. In addition to carbon, oil contains elements such as nitrogen, sulfur, mercury, lead, and arsenic. Oil is a nonrenewable resource because it cannot be replenished on a human time frame.

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