suv. Wednesday , July 26th , 2017 - 17:08:09 PM
Americans who live in major cities -- such as New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Baltimore, or Atlanta -- often have the option of helping to reduce total yearly carbon emissions by taking public transportation. The American Public Transportation Association estimates that using public transportation saves $1.4 billion worth of gasoline each year. However, many Americans do not live in areas where subways, buses, or trolleys are available or convenient.
First of all, they are aptly named. Sport Utility Vehicle. You can do any kind of sports with them. Load them up with whatever equipment you've got, and drive to any sporting location in the world. Fishing? No problem. Hiking in the mountains? No problem. Surfing on a beach that doesn't have any paved roads leading to it? Perfect. If you participate in any of these activities, then you've got a perfect, and legitimate reason for buying an SUV.
Hybrid cars, trucks, and SUVs are seen as Earth-friendly inventions. By capturing kinetic energy that would otherwise be lost during the vehicle braking process, and using this energy to charge the vehicle battery, hybrid vehicles reduce the total amount of gasoline the car, truck, or SUV must burn to generate motion. Therefore, this type of technology results in significant fuel savings for the consumer. In many hybrid vehicle models, the gasoline-driven engine completely shuts down during stops, resulting in heightened vehicle fuel economy.
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