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FlexCar goes Uber-Green


As if FlexCar wasn't already green enough!. Green drivers in urban settings who prefer to use a shared-car program like Flexcar to get around town will be interested to www.aco.ca know they can now go uber-green as a membership option. Flexcar has partnered with TerraPass, a provider of carbon offsets for consumers, on a Green Membership option to balance against the carbon footprint of Flexcar’s fleet.

This Green Membership, which will cost $9.95 a year on top of the standard Flexcar membership rate, reduces what Flexcar says is we choice cheapest viagra uk one ton of carbon emissions for each membership sold. TerraPass plans to use the money generated from this to promote clean energy projects certified to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Those who join this plan will also get later supplementary benefits.

Flexcar also said it recently added some more sporty style vehicles to its eco-friendly fleet for those who want to drive something a little different. These new models include Mini Coopers, Scion tCs and the viagra soft gel Lexus RX 400H luxury hybrid SUV.

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FlexCar - ZipCar?
written by Dani, July 28, 2007
Flex Car must be somethign liek zip car right? or did flex car eat zip car and get pharmacy i've been living outside the city for way too long? smilies/tongue.gif I love the way your site combines cool technology and an enviromentally friendly outlook. I would like to see it reaching more people. I found it through the Blogger's Choice Awards. You're nominated for Best Geek Blog (silly name for the category in my opinion... You can get more votes = be easier to find by adding a brag badge (codes available here on the voting page: http://bloggerschoiceawards.com/blogs/show/9984 ). Cheers!

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