About Green Cars
There’s lots of talk about hybrid cars, but do they really offer better fuel economy and lower emissions than a conventional petrol or diesel car?
There’s lots of talk about electric cars, but electric vans are also available, and they can make more sense than electric cars.
Hybrid, electric and other green cars can save you money through lower tax bills and other financial savings – here’s how.
With fuel prices on the rise, and increasing concerns about global warming, more and more motorists are looking for cars that can go further on a tank of petrol.
These are useful links for automotive-related suppliers, ranging from car insurance to car buying and selling websites.
The label of eco car is usually taken to mean cars that have low or zero tailpipe CO2 emissions, such as electric cars. But actually, the term is more appropriate for automobiles that are ecologically sensitive as a whole, i.e. holistically greener – or more sustainable.
Low emission cars is a term that refers to automobiles that emit less carbon dioxide (CO2) and other emissions such as particulates than the average car – but is that the correct basis on which to judge what is a low emission car?
Hybrid vans should make complete sense for stop-start urban deliveries, but they don’t have a high profile like hybrid cars, so do hybrid vans exist? The Green Car Guide expert lowdown on environmentally responsible vans.
Hybrid cars are advertised as being able to save money for motorists, but is that really the case?
CO2 emissions and fuel consumption figures are linked, here are the equivalent petrol and diesel figures relative to CO2.