Going Green in Malaysia with Hybrids

With oil prices showing no signs of easing (it surpassed US$100 on Jan 2), car buyers will have to think hard before plunking down their hard-earned cash on that 2,000cc car this year.

Published: 07-Jan-2008

PETALING JAYA: As New Year’s resolutions go, seven days should be enough for most people to give up dieting, stop smoking and start exercising. But for those who resolved to live a greener lifestyle, all is not lost yet.

For besides cutting down on plastic bags we all collect whenever we go shopping or learning how to separate plastics from glass materials, we can try to reduce our consumption of petrol.

With oil prices showing no signs of easing (it surpassed US$100 on Jan 2), car buyers will have to think hard before plunking down their hard-earned cash on that 2,000cc car this year.

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