Hybrid vehicles combine a combustion engine and an electric engine to produce an automobile with advantages of both. In today's market, hybrid vehicles are in high demand, but significantly more expensive than their all-gasoline vehicle (AGV) counterparts. Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) technology is still in its infancy and as such there are still some issues to work out. The high voltage lines that run throughout the car and its lightweight design are just two examples of potential dangers. Hybrid manufacturers claim they have addressed these concerns.Significant advantages of hybrids include better fuel efficiency, sometimes up to 200% of all-gas vehicles, modernized technology throughout the design, and other conveniences such as keyless entry.Performance of HEVs is improving and is already comparable to similar conventional vehicles.The current trend towards hybrid vehicles has two basic roots: economic and environmental. That is, the continuous inflation in gasoline prices and the pollution caused by the increasing number of automobiles crowding highways have left many driv

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