Green Car Types

Many people assume that the term ‘green cars’ refers only to electric vehicles but this is not the case. There are actually a few different types of green cars that work in different ways in order to reduce the reliance on fossil fuels. Read more  

Choosing a Green Car

Most people would consider their car an absolutely essential thing. However it’s becoming more difficult to ignore the damage that regular petrol and diesel engine cars do to the environment all the time. Because of this, there has been a big push from governments around the world towards the production of green cars. Read More  

Jargon Buster

If you’re in the market for a green car then it’s extremely useful to know what some of the most common terms mean. Below is a useful glossary of green car terms explained. Read more  
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The aim of Clean Green Cars is to provide advice and information about the range of green cars that are currently available. Many motorists don't even consider purchasing a green car when looking to purchase a new vehicle; often assuming that the drawbacks outweigh the benefits. The truth is that green cars are growing in popularity and many top car manufacturers around the world are now heavily investing in green cars and related technology. Aside from being environmentally friendly, green cars are also cheap (often free) to tax and provide a very quiet and smooth driving experience. As well as providing information on the different types of green cars, we also bring you the latest news regarding green cars from around the world as well as information on green car insurance (including motor trade insurance from traders-insurance.com). It is our goal to help spread the word about green cars and enable the general public and business owners to have an informed decision where these types of vehicles are concerned. Clean Green Cars

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Clean Green Cars - The Green Motoring Guide
The aim of Clean Green Cars is to provide advice and information about the range of green cars that are currently available. Many motorists don’t even consider purchasing a green car when looking to purchase a new vehicle; often assuming that the drawbacks outweigh the benefits. The truth is that green cars are growing in popularity and many top car manufacturers around the world are now heavily investing in green cars and related technology. Aside from being environmentally friendly, green cars are also cheap (often free) to tax and provide a very quiet and smooth driving experience.

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