John Voelcker

GreenCarReports.com and High Gear Media

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

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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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