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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

North Carolina considers tax break for hybrid cars

North Carolina lawmakers are considering a $2000 state tax credit if you buy a hybrid car.

They are also working to promote alternative fuels, such as bio-diesel. They are hoping that by waiving the gas tax on bio-diesel, more companies will install the alternative fuel. Legislators Consider Incentives for Hybrid Cars

A total of 16,000 cars are on the road in the Triangle which could run on ethanol, which is derived from corn. But no local gas stations now pump ethanol fuel. A north Durham Exxon is the only public station which sells bio-diesel, which is 20 percent soybean oil.

Durham resident Greg Hawkins said, "This is the only station I know in the area that sells bio-diesel. And I don't have the time to go around and collect huge vegetable oil, treat it and all that stuff."

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