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  • All About Fuel Cells & Alternative Fuel Vehicles


    The history of the fuel cell can be traced back to the 19th century. Since then the development and usage of fuel cells in a variety of applications have come a long way. Fuel cells hold great promise for fueling alternative fuel vehicles. Here is some


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  • Whats Up with Hybrid Vehicles


    If the price of gasoline has got you scared, and you’re thinking about maybe trading in your car for a moped, you’ve got half the solution right. It might be time to trade in your car, but forget the moped – get a hybrid car instead.

    The dictionary defines a hybrid car as


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  • Preparations When Buying A Hybrid Car For Sale



    When it comes to buying a hybrid car for sale, you need to be just as prepared as when you’re purchasing a regular used car, if not more so. With escalating gas prices, people are clamoring for hybrid cars for sale. It pays to be cautious.


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • CARB - California Air Resources Board is the clean air agency of the state of California in the United States. Established originally as the Air Resources Board in 1967, it is known for setting extremely stringent standards for air quality, resulting in the manufacture of special gasoline for automobiles in the state.
  • Carbon Dioxide - CO2. Burning fossil fuels releases carbon that has been stored underground for millions of years into the atmosphere. The carbon in these fossil fuels is transformed into carbon dioxide, the predominant gas contributing to the greenhouse effect, during the combustion process. Large amounts of carbon dioxide are released to the atmosphere by human activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels.
  • 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.
  • Auto Stop - In a Honda, the function by which the internal combustion engine automatically turns off when the car is stopped or slowed below 20 mph by braking.
  • FCV - Fuel Cell Vehicles.

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