Examples of Alternative Fuel Vehicles May Include:
Hydrogen, Hybrid, Electric, Flexible-Fuel or P-Series Fuel, Biodiesel, and Natural Gas
These vehicles have combustion engines that are designed to run on a mix of conventional gasoline and fuels made from alternative sources such as sugarcane or corn.
Hybrid vehicles are powered by two or more fuels. The most common type of hybrid vehicles have electric drivetrains which are powered by a battery. When this battery depletes, the internal combustion engine acts as a generator to recharge the battery.
Electric vehicles are powered entirely by their rechargeable batteries and have electric powertrains.