- Owning an eco car is becoming more common, and more than half the families in the USA will have one within five years
- An eco car is very environmentally friendly, and does not rely on fuels which are not renewable
- Traditional vehicles, which rely on gas and diesel fuels, have higher levels of greenhouse gas emissions and particle pollution than eco cars
An eco car is a sign of the new commitment to a greener future and cleaner planet, and it is predicted that by the year 2014 at least sixty percent of the garages in the United States will have one of these cars sitting in them. These vehicles are usually hybrids, but they can also be completely electric or use another clean alternative technology like hydrogen. They will reduce pollution and greenhouse gases, if these factors are not completely eliminated. Almost every automaker in the world is working on at least one model which is environmentally friendly, and does not use fossil fuels as the primary source of power, and many already have models for sale which meet this criteria. The Obama administration has also made a commitment to vehicles which are much better for the environment and which help reduce the dependence for foreign oil and other fossil fuels. Tax credits are available for anyone who buys a eco car, and there are other programs as well to reduce the impact Americans have on global warming and the environment while driving. There is another program through the federal government that offers an incentive to any American who trades in a vehicle for a model which is more fuel efficient and less environmentally harmful.
More people around the world, and especially in America, are becoming aware of the effects that mankind has had on the earth and environment, and they are taking steps to lessen the damage they do. One of the best ways to do this is by having an eco car in the garage. There are stricter standards being put in place on the amount of pollution that is allowed, and this is true for vehicles as well as companies and power plants. In California and some other states where air pollution is a big concern vehicles must be inspected and meet very strict emissions standards, or it can not be operated at all in the state. These areas have already seen big increases in sales already when it comes to hybrids and other eco cars which have less of an impact on the environment, and which lessen the demand for foreign oil at the same time. As time goes on the demand for alternative vehicles that are eco-friendly will only increase, and eventually these cars will replace traditional vehicles all the way and become the only choices.
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