Perhaps you've considered buying a green car to be kinder to the environment and to do your part to protect its natural resources. However, if you think the benefits of driving a green vehicle stop at saving the earth, think again.
While still in the early stages of development, hydrogen powered fuel cell cars are growing increasingly popular because of their maximum efficiency, extremely low emissions and their potential to transform and modernize the future of transportation.
Have you ever wanted to own a hybrid car? Do you know much about them? Proponents might fill your head with all the benefits of owning and driving them, while naysayers might point you in the opposite direction. But who's right?
In this section, we highlight the important considerations involved with buying and owning a green car to help you determine whether driving green is the right choice for you — not only for the planet, but for your pocket too.
So exactly how do green cars work? How are they powered and what are the technologies used to generate that power? In this section, we outline common green car technologies to help you gain a better understanding.
The fossil fuel predicament has led to the research and movement toward alternative fuels and renewable energy sources. We've identified five up-and-coming alternative fuels that promise to do a better job of protecting our natural resources.
Through the years, it seems Americans have had a love affair with big, gas-guzzling cars, in spite of rising gas prices. So why the love for bigger cars and can hybrid technology, even in larger vehicles, still mean better fuel economy?