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Conventional, hybrid, or electric?  


PhoTastic
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When it comes to which car you drive (or prefer to drive if you currently do not have one), which do you have and why? More and more people in my area are getting electric vehicles. I see them all over the place now. I have a hybrid. I feel it is the best of both worlds and functions well for me.

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DangGang
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I drive a hybrid. I got one used a few years ago. I am glad to have it now with prices going up and down so much. I have some family and friends now considering them. 

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pinkcherie
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I do not have a car right now. I have no use for one. I work very close to where I live (just a 5 minute walk) so it was a senseless cost each month. When I do my shopping, it is roughly a 10 minute walk or a 3 minute bike ride.

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Soulie
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I have a standard car. I would like to buy a Tesla but they are just too much both new and used. That is the only electric car I would want honestly. 

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thirdstrikeIII
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Conventional for me. I don't have the money to buy a new car right now but I plan on my next one being a hybrid at the very least since those are a bit more affordable than fully electric from what I read.

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kikobeep
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I drive a standard. I have bikes as well. I tend to use those more than my car. It is cheaper and easier for me since I don't travel too far. I only use my car when I do my bi-weekly shopping. 

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HaSangie
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I have a hybrid. It is an older car but I am hoping I can get a plug-in style one next year that can function on both. I don't want a fully electric car. They are too expensive to repair when something goes wrong.

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I don't have a car. I live in a city and it would be too costly to actually own one and drive it when I can just walk somewhere or ride my bike and get there faster without paying the costs of gas or electric. 

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canabee11
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I have an EV, plug-in style. I am currently leasing it, I do not own it but I am planning on buying a car later this year when my lease is up. I think I will either get a similar EV or some sort of compact hybrid. 

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