Does going green makes sense for drivers?

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Hybrids and electric cars aren’t cheap. The Toyota Prius starts at $32,000 new and the Chevrolet Volt can cost more than $40,000 new. Prices at the gas station aren’t cheap either. The recurring question you continue to ask yourself might be, should I buy a hybrid? Or, should I buy an electric car?

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It depends all about your driving habits. How much do you drive in a day? Where do you typically drive? How much time can you spare for a charge? Our friends over at Sixt created a infographic to help you decide if going green makes sense.

If you live in a New England state, you’re in one some the best places to drive a plug-in car. Connecticut (#2), Massachusetts (#3), Rhode Island (#7) and New Hampshire (#20) fall into the top 25 states.

The best place? District of Columbia. The worst place? Alaska.

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