Scooters, Mopeds, and Other Fuel Efficient Vehicles - High Quality PDF Ebook 28 Pages
US$2.99 US$5.99Chapter 1 Introduction The cost of gas is more now than it has every been. In many locations people are paying twice as much per gallon as they were two years ago. There is information circulating in the news and online that the prices are just going to continue to get high...
DescriptionChapter 1 Introduction The cost of gas is more now than it has every been. In many locations people are paying twice as much per gallon as they were two years ago. There is information circulating in the news and online that the prices are just going to continue to get higher. This has many consumers very concerned as they don’t know what they should do. Certainly they can’t afford to continue just paying the posted price at the pumps. Yet they can’t stop going to work or about their daily routine that requires them to use a vehicle. A good strategy that many people are leaning towards more and more is more fuel efficient vehicles. These can get you where you need to go with less gas being used. Of course you want to be able to do so comfortably and safely as well as saving money. You have several options when it comes to fuel efficient vehicles so take your time to evaluate them and make a good choice. You may find a combination of them is the way to go. For example a motorcycle to get to work and then a fuel efficient hybrid car for the family to get around in. There are plenty of benefits to each of the various fuel efficiency vehicles as well as some disadvantages. We will go over each of these areas for them so you can make a well informed decision that works for you.
The goal is to be safe, save money, and to be comfortable. You should be able to
find at least one fuel efficient vehicle that can do this. Once you are done reading
this you should have all the information you need to make a decision that is right
Types of Fuel Efficient Vehicles
It is important that you understand your options when it comes to fuel efficient
vehicles. There are many different types that you can choose from. Some of
them only have two wheels while others have four. In the category of two wheels
you have motorcycles, mopeds, and scooters.
In many ways they are all the same but there are enough significant differences
to classify them differently. For example a motorcycle can obtain much higher
speeds that a moped or scooter. There are also laws that pertain to where you
can ride mopeds and scooters.
They often aren’t allowed on highways and freeways were there is a very high
speed limit. They are mainly used for in town riding. There is also a lower age
limit in many areas for them than motorcycles. You will have to refer to the
specific laws and regulations in your particular area though.
Those fuel efficient vehicles that feature four wheels include hybrids, those that
operate off of bio-diesel, and fuel efficient gas powered cars. All of them feature a
variety of different models by various manufacturers. Since they are becoming
more in demand you will find that more of them are being offered in order to keep
up with consumer demands.
In the past it seems that motorcycles were only used by most people as a
secondary vehicle. They allowed a person to get out into the open environment
and enjoy a nice day. They were also great for long road trips when you wanted
to see what the open road had to offer you. Today you will notice many more
motorcycles out there on the road due to the cost of fuel. People are using them
to commute to work and to complete other essential travels. You can get many
more miles out of a motorcycle than a car.
Yet you can’t rely upon a motorcycle when they weather is bad. If you live in a
region where the temperatures turn really cold and snow is common then that
motorcycle will need to be stored. You may be on it and end up in a rain storm on
a sunny afternoon as well.
You also can’t drive a motorcycle to the grocery store or to pick up the dry
cleaning. Even so, you can use it as much as possible when the weather is nice
and you don’t have such errands to run. That will save you money on gas a great
deal of the time anyway.
Then you can use your other vehicle for the rest of the time and do your best to
cut costs on it any way that you can when it comes to filling up at the pump.
Introduction Page 4
Types of Fuel Efficient Vehicles Page 5
Motorcycles Page 6
Mopeds Page 9
Scooters Page 11
Hybrids Page 12
Bio-Diesel Power Page 17
Top Gas Powered Cars that are Fuel Efficient Page 20
Conclusion Page 24