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Electric, Hybrid or Plugin Hybrid?

Find out which technology is best for you and your driving habits.

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Full Electric

For those who currently own a hybrid and are looking to further reduce their carbon footprint. They primarily use their vehicles in stop-and-go city driving, have regular daily commutes, are tech-savvy and pride themselves in being early technology adaptors.

Plug-in Hybrid

For those who are looking for the next technology, a plug-in hybrid offers improved fuel economy over a hybrid. These drivers do a lot of stop-and-go city driving as part of their daily commutes, stay within moderate speeds (below 65 mph), but occasionally take extended trips.


For those who want better fuel economy than what a conventional vehicle offers, do a lot of combination driving (city and highway) and frequently drive at lower speeds (below 47 mph), but also occasionally take extended trips.

Contact Us

Need a quick answer or help with a specific question?  Email Joey Bellavia, he's our electric vehicle specialist and can help with questions about any electric, hybrid or plug-in hybrid car.
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