As much of the country is still recovering from winter storm Jonas many people are considering how well their cars and trucks will perform in the snow. It’s natural to take extreme weather performance into consideration when buying a new vehicle.
A Toyota Prius drives up a snowy hill in Massachusetts. Credit: Darren Maczka by Flickr.
A recent article from the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center shows that all types of alternative fuel vehicles are capable of performing in both the cold, snowy conditions of winter and the heat and humidity of summer.
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