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In the market for a new car? Concerned about the environment?

The September/October issue of the NRMA’s Open Road magazine contains an article called Green Revolutions which is a common sense explanation of the benefits of diesel and hybrid vehicles. The refreshing thing about this article is that it gets past the hype surrounding hybrids and takes a practical approach based on the buyer’s needs. It also raises the issue of the total environmental impact of the car which is something everyone should consider when buying a new vehicle. Or new anything for that matter.

Source: Open Road (thanks for the tip Andrew)


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