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April 28, 2009

Hydraulic Hybrids and Police Cars Deconstructed

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April 28, 2009

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O How Police Cars Work
O American Supercar: The New Updated Ford GT
O How Hydraulic Hybrids Work
O What’s new in synthetic oil technology?
O What are all biofuels made from?
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How Police Cars Work

Police cars (in most cases) are equipped with a variety of paint schemes, decals and flashing lights in order to stand out from other cars on the road. But is there more to police cars than meets the eye?

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How Hydraulic Hybrids Work

Flying down the highway, a hydraulic hybrid isn’t much different from a regular car. But in traffic, the vehicles can increase fuel economy 40 to 70 percent. How do they do it?

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What’s new in synthetic oil technology?

Synthetic motor oils have evolved rapidly in recent years to improve gas mileage, increase time between oil changes, clean out harmful engine deposits and more.

Verizon Hub. The home phone reinvented.

Body: Turn your home into a virtual communications center with the Verizon Hub. Communicate with your family and manage day-to-day activities, all from one convenient device!

What are all biofuels made from?

What do vegetable oil, corn and salt water have in common? They’re all potential fuel sources for our cars. See how much you know about the next generation of biofuels in our Biofuel Quiz.

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American Supercar: The New Updated Ford GT

Powered by a supercharger, the Ford GT has become one of the most successful racing cars ever.

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