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A Hybrid Cars Initiative is a policy where the government gives tax incentives to people who buy hybrid vehicles instead of traditional ones, thus encouraging their use.


Hybrid cars are less damaging to the environment, because at slower speeds they use electric engines that produce no CO2. They also get higher fuel efficiency, thus reducing their demand for oil. The downside is they are very expensive, but tax incentives can encourage more people to buy hybrid models when they get new cars.

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