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 Why are hybrid cars better for the environment?

Answer Hybrid cars generally get between 40 and 70 miles per gallon, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, and higher gas mileage translates into savings for consumers. With more than 1 million hybr... Read More »
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Why are hybrid cars bad for the environment?

Hybrids, cars, trucks and buses that couple a gasoline, natural gas or diesel engine with an electric motor to reduce a vehicle's emissions while improving its gas milage usually are considered goo... Read More »
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Do hybrid cars pollute the environment?

Hybrid cars do pollute the environment when they run on their gas engines, as they have two engines, one of which is gasoline and the other is electric. When the car is running on the gas engine it... Read More »
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What are the benefits of hybrid cars to the environment?

The hybrid car produces lower emissions and a better fuel economy than the regular engine-based vehicle, making it a much more environmentally friendly option.FunctionHybrid cars require an electri... Read More »
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Are gas-powered cars better than hybrid cars?

On One Hand: Gas-Powered Cars are More Powerful.A gas-powered engine will produce more power and speed than a hybrid car will, especially on the highway. Gas-powered cars also have only one engine,... Read More »
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