Along with classified sections for career and parts listings
Jacksonville, OR (PRWEB) May 6, 2008
In the popular quest to "go green," consumers are increasingly interested in researching and buying automobiles less dependent on gasoline and that reduce emissions (pollution). With rising gas prices, better gas mileage is another reason consumers are purchasing newer-technology, alternative fuel vehicles.
There are currently more than 11 million alternative fuel vehicles on the road, and almost 70 models of AFV autos on sale today, up from 12 in 2000. Automakers have set a goal of selling 1 million hybrids, diesel and ethanol vehicles in 2006, and 2 million by 2008.
Generally, an alternative fuel vehicle or "green car" is one that runs on anything other than gasoline exclusively. The list includes biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, gaseous fuels such as natural gas and propane, electric, hybrid and hydrogen fuel cells and compressed air.
For consumers interested in learning more about AFVs, there are numerous websites on this subject. If someone wants to buy or sell a new or used green car, however, it can take days to figure out where these cars are listed amongst the myriad of options and web links.
GreenCarDepot is bringing buyers and sellers of alternative fuel vehicles together. The new, easy-to-use site takes the stress out of searching through hundreds of car sites for a new or used green car. A powerful, robust search engine makes it easy for consumers to find their car of choice, and buyers can register for a free service that will notify them when their vehicle preference is posted for sale. Sellers benefit from quick and easy car postings and high online exposure.
Ken Snoke, a biotech scientist, AFV expert and founder of GreenCarDepot says, "We cater to the needs of both buyers and sellers. We do our best to work with clients to make the selling and buying process a smooth one. Commercial fleet needs are also a huge priority, so we have a dedicated section for fleets."
With so many people still learning about these vehicles, a goal of the site is to be a hub for information. "Along with classified sections for career and parts listings," Snoke adds, "We want GreenCarDepot.com to be a portal for resources, and for finding industry-related jobs and supplies. GreenCarDepot provides a one-stop marketplace for this growing audience."
If you'd like more information about his topic, or to schedule an interview, please contact Ken Snoke at Ken @ GreenCarDepot.com, 619-316-0951.
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