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How Hybrid Cars Help The Environment

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We are the first driving instruction school to use Hybrid vehicles in the Moncton and surrounding areas. As Parents and Grandparents, we are concerned with the world we leave behind.

Hybrids do not use a lot of gas

Hybrid cars are powered by two different types of energy. One is by using gas and the other is from electricity. With the fact that hybrid cars only use gasoline part of the time, they in turn use less gas. This causes them to have less emission gasses, which will help save the environment and also helps reserve some of the worlds natural oil resources.

Hybrids have less emission gases

Global Warming has become a huge concern for our world. Global warming is caused by the amount of gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons that are released into our atmosphere on a daily basis. Hydrocarbons are the gases that come from internal combustion engines that burn fuel to power conventional consumer and commercial vehicles. Hybrids burn and use less fuel so this reduces the amount of emissions a hybrid vehicle gives off. This is helping to protect our ozone.

Hybrids use electricity

Hybrids depend partially on electricity to run. Not only that the many hybrids have the ability to create their own electricity during times such as when coasting or braking, Electricity does not harm the environment and because they can produce their own electricity, there is no need to use up anymore of our natural resources to build charging stations for the hybrids.

Hybrids offer a reduction of other pollutants and toxic wastes

While hybrids do help with the fact that they do not give off as much of the problem gasses that are creating the greenhouse effect and causing global warming, they also do much more. Hybrids also help with other pollution issues such as, smog and waste in the air. Smog can cause some serious health issues and affect the welfare of the population, especially in larger cities. Hybrids do not release as much smoke as a conventional car or near as many pollutants as a conventional car releases into the air. This helps to reduce the amount of smog. Hybrids also do not need to have oil changes as often as conventional cars. Conventional cars need an oil change every 3,000 miles, where hybrids only need and oil change every 5000-6000 miles. This will reduce the amount of waste that either needs to recycled or disposed of.

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Such as Dieppe, Moncton, Riverview, Bouctouche and Sackville.