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Electric cars tend to produce less carbon pollution than gas-powered ones—but just how much less? Enter your ZIP code below to see how different types of vehicles stack up in your area. Entering a make, model, and year will narrow results to a specific EV model.

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Date Of Record Release 2018-09-29 21:34:19
Description Electric cars tend to produce less carbon pollution than gas-powered ones—but just how much less? Enter your ZIP code below to see how different types of vehicles stack up in your area. Entering a make, model, and year will narrow results to a specific EV model.
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Keyword Electric Vehicle, Carbon Dioxide, Climate Change, Alternative Energy
Date Of Record Creation 2018-09-29 21:32:55
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Date Last Modified 2018-09-29 21:34:19
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2018-09-29 21:32:55 (W3C-DTF)

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