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How Green Do You Want to Be?

Posted in auto industry, Best of, Emissions, Environment, General, News by MrAngry | September 27th, 2011 | 3 Responses |

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I’ve been in California less than a month and I’ve already seen more “green” cars then I’d seen in a year back in the New York metro area. The Toyota Prius for example – these suckers are EVERYWHERE. Then there are the gaggles of Tesla Roadsters, Chevrolet Volts and Nissan Leafs that roam the freeways. It’s strange, but I’ve got to admit it feels pretty good to see these cars on the road. Back in NY it was almost part of the culture NOT to be green as most New Yorkers I know simply didn’t take recycling seriously. Here in the Bay area though, it’s part of everyday life. From riding your bicycle to work, to having three different garbage cans for your waste materials, going green is definitely the thing to do around here. Now while it’s doubtful I’ll be getting rid of my 8-mpg muscle cars anytime soon, I’m actually considering buying something a bit more economical for a third car. Who knows, maybe these Californian’s are actually onto something…

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  1. I live in Orange County in So Cal and there are Prius here everywhere and I mean everywhere. I’ve also seen a Volt in my office parking lot (It’s the first one I’ve seen). Some of them drive very slow (probably hypermilers) and I’ve seen very aggressive Prius drivers too (cutting me off) and going 90 mph on the freeway. It’s insane.

  2. sam says:

    diesel perhaps??0012