So it’s time to replace that old oil-leaking, smog-belching egg beater you’ve driven for the past 10 years and you’re thinking of going green. Good for you! “Green” vehicles are automobiles that are fuel-efficient, eco-friendly and can be good for both the environment and your wallet in the long run.
As with any car purchase, it pays to thoroughly research your options before buying a green vehicle. Here are some tips to get your started:
Staying up-to-date on the latest information can help you get a full picture of what money you may get back when going electric.
Fortunately, environmentally-aware motorists now have plenty of car-buying options. From fully electric vehicles to hybrids that run on both electricity and gas power to gas-sipping traditionally fueled autos, you can find a green option in virtually every vehicle class.
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