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Are incentives enough to spark a transport revolution?

Paul Buckley
4/17/2009 06:00 AM EDT

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re: Are incentives enough to spark a transport revolution?
amulcock   4/21/2009 1:57:25 PM
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it's not a set date, it's from when the car makers make acceptable vehicles, and if the past is any guide, then the manufacturers won't sell the cars, but lease them any way.

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