Friday, July 17, 2009

Can you go green on a motorcycle

Niche carrier services company may be surprised by this Hudler Green Blog Entry. Read more:

When most people hear the word motorcycle, they think of a Harley Davidson, one of the most popular American motorcycle manufacturers in the world. Even celebrities like Elvis Presley, Bill Clinton, Brad Pitt, and Jay Leno have owned them, so these highway riding machines have come to represent the epitome of cool.

But did you know that most motorcycles create up to 14 times more smog-forming pollutants per mile than new passenger cars? While motorcycles are about twice as fuel efficient as cars (which is good), they produce more hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides per mile ridden (which is bad). These pollutants, combined with sunlight, react and cause smog. Follow this link for details for the author:

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