The Problem Of Hybrid Car

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For a few decades, pollution has become an emergent hazard to the Earth. Human, nowadays, has been putting a great effort into filtering atmosphere, cleaning wastes from industrial factories, and making things greener. Waste from transportation is one of the main factors that cause air pollution. It appears that scientists are now working on a new project in the automotive industry, which is called hybrid car. The goal of hybrid technology is not only to produce a vehicle using “green fuels”, but also offer, at least, same performance compared to conventional cars. This research proposes the background history of hybrid car, how hybrid technology work to conserve environment and save gasoline sources; it also raises the discussions of all perspectives about hybrid car. Since cars were invented in 18th century, they become the most popular transportation around the world. With mass industry, autos are currently cheaper than before, and they are affordable for most people to pay. According to Voelcker (2014), there are 1.2 billion vehicles on world 's roads now, and it is predicted to reach 2 billion by 2035. As more vehicles are being produced every day, the supply of oil grows to fill up the demand. As gasoline is getting scarcer because of pioneering, this may cause a growth of price in the future. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) stated that Consumer Price Indexes (CPI) increased 0.3 %, with gasoline accounting for two-thirds of the gain, which rose 4%. Therefore, the
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