State makes transition towards alternative fuel
Georgia is beginning to make the transition away from using imported fuel.
Last year in the state of Georgia, more than ten billion gallons were displaced.
Today, there are plenty of domestic, clean fuels already available to us like natural gas, propane, Southwest Georgia grown ethanol, E-85 that's found at gas stations and biodiesel.
Executive Director of Clean Cities Georgia Don Francis says that 'it's very much in the nation's benefit and advantage to move away from gasoline or diesel as the resource of transportation."
The state government is looking to push the need and is offering tax credits during purchase.
Francis adds that there is a green vehicle that will meet your needs and will save you money over time.