What does ‘going green’ really mean?

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Basically, a green car is a car that is considered ‘environmentally-friendly’ – it produces less harmful emissions and often uses a more sustainable fuel resource.

Basically, a green car is a car that is considered ‘environmentally-friendly’ – it produces less harmful emissions and often uses a more sustainable fuel resource.

If you’re not a long-distance or barely-ever driver, there’s a lot to be said for going green. Average city drivers can benefit hugely from hybrid or electric vehicles. If you’re someone who only drives a short-distance once or twice a week, you’ll still be best off financially with an efficient petrol engine, but you may not reap the full benefits of a ‘green’ car (financially anyway). For your bank balance to benefit from an electric or hybrid vehicle, you need to be filling up your tank regularly.

Air and water quality, greenhouse gas emissions, ozone depletion and resource depletion are all linked to the manufacturing and ongoing use of cars. Green cars seek to minimise our environmental impact, and they do this by eliminating or reducing a car’s reliance on fossil fuels.

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Roger
I am a MBA applicant at the University of Philadelphia Unit School of Industry. I have a very good 5 yrs experience of the automotive companies industry having been an employee as a research analyst throughout many asset programs.