Hybrid cars use a traditional fuel-based engine along with a secondary engine, which is usually electric or hydrogen based. This second engine kicks in to assist the gasoline engine, increasing fuel efficiency.
Fewer Emissions

The fossil fuels burned in traditional engines generate harmful gases that build up in our atmosphere. Electric cars don’t produce any waste and their growing popularity results in a decrease in the amount of air pollution that's being produced.

Hybrid cars still produce toxic exhaust fumes, but their secondary engine allows them to produce less than traditional engines. In addition, a hybrid car may be modified to use an alternative fuel instead of gasoline, such as ethanol and biodiesel. Using these has the potential to decrease vehicle emissions by as much as 97 percent.


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