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How to Avoid High Gas Prices

What if you could simply plug your SUV into an outlet in your garage every night, instead of filling it up with expensive gasoline? Two Georgia drivers have figured out how to do just that. And a Canadian man is touring Alaska in a solar-powered car.

A New Hampshire man who has created a company that sells parts, so you can do your own gas to electric conversion, says his business has tripled in the past year. The conversion costs about $12,000.

A Canadian man says his life has been changed by his solar-powered car. In the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Amanda Bohman quotes Marcelo da Luz as saying, "What I?m trying to do is save the planet in my own way." Right now he is using it to tour Alaska.

In CNN, Curt Merrill quotes Larry Horsley, one of the Georgia converters, as saying, "I was originally skeptical, but now I'm convinced."

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