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A note from a Scotsman on buying an eco car


What on Earth? Going green doesn't add up - Scotsman.com News

THEY promise their owners greener driving and clearer consciences.
But motorists would have to drive their low-emission cars up to the equivalent of three times around the world to recoup the extra cost.
A typical buyer driving 12,000 miles a year will have to wait six years, six months and cover 78,000 miles before it pays for itself.

Comments

Ever seen an eco-bulldozer, an eco-digger perhaps, or maybe a solar powered tractor..don't think I have.The Greens are still in the kindergarden.

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