DMV.us.org to Create Guide to Hybrid and Electric Cars

Aim of latest guide is to let consumers know more about new types of cars before they buy.

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Depending on a person's lifestyle, a hybrid or electric car can either be a great investment or a complete waste of money.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2014

DMV.us.org is set to launch a comprehensive guide to hybrid and electric cars to help consumers make an informed buying decision, the company said yesterday.

“Electric and hybrid cars are becoming a bigger part of the market every day,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “But most people don't know that much about either type of car. Buyers need to evaluate them differently than they would a normal type of vehicle. And hybrid and electric cars are certainly not for everyone. We want to help people get the information they need so they understand these new cars and can decide if they will fit into their lifestyle.”

The first sections of the guide will deal with what to look for when buying a new or used electric or hybrid car, he said.

“Understanding how the cars work is very important, because it lets the buyer know the types of red flags to look for,” he said. “But of course, that's only part of the picture.”

The later sections of the guide will deal with explaining the differences between electric cars and traditional gas-powered vehicles so that people can figure out which type is right for them.

“Depending on a person's lifestyle, a hybrid or electric car can either be a great investment or a complete waste of money,” he said. 'We'll highlight different situations and help any buyer take an honest look at their driving needs, so they can figure out if these expensive new cars are right for them.”

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