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John Voelcker

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Editor of GreenCarReports.com and senior editor at High Gear Media, which covers the automotive industry

John Voelcker on KCRW

When hybrids were first available, California handed out yellow bumper stickers to encourage sales of cleaner, high-mileage cars.

The Paradox of Hybrids and Traffic in Carpool Lanes

When hybrids were first available, California handed out yellow bumper stickers to encourage sales of cleaner, high-mileage cars.

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