Your Guide to Alternative Fuel Vehicles

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Diesel (Biodiesel)

The most widely used and accepted alternative fuel today is diesel. While diesel has been used in commercial vehicles, semitrucks, buses, and other medium- and heavy-duty applications for years, it has been more limited in personal vehicles.

Recently, due to cleaner diesel and increased performance, more diesel vehicles are becoming available. Specifically, cleaner-burning biodiesel, which is a renewable product made from recycled grease and oil, vegetable oils, and animal fats, is being used in some vehicles in place of petroleum diesel. 

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