The term “alternative fuel source” can be used for any means of powering a vehicle other than traditional petroleum-based fuels. It is probably used most frequently for biofuels – fuel sources made from plant crops like corn, switch grass, or sugar cane. However, “alternative fuel” vehicles can also mean cars powered by compressed natural gas, plug-ins powered by electricity, or other vehicles that use some for of technology other than petroleum-based fuels. Of course, as we curb our petroleum consumption to combat global warming, at least some “alternative” fuels may eventually become mainstream.
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