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Why Alternative Fuel Vehicles?
Many of the fuels that are considered “alternative” today have been around since the advent of the automobile. Ethanol, biodiesel and propane were all used in early internal combustion engines, and electricity was once the most popular vehicle type sold in the U.S. However, as petroleum prices dropped and advances in internal combustion engine technology allowed for greater speeds and ranges, gasoline and diesel vehicles dominated the market. Now, a century later, performance is not the only consideration for vehicle fuels. The impacts of burning fossil fuels and vehicle emissions are becoming more apparent. By using domestic, clean burning alternatives to traditional fuels you support our economy, cleaner air and energy independence.
Because alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) are cleaner burning than traditionally fueled vehicles, there is less wear and tear on your engine. But should you need a trained technician for your AFV, all you need to do is return the vehicle to your AFV certified local auto dealer. AFVs come with full warrantees and maintenance agreements—just like any other vehicle.