As gas prices approach the $5 mark in Chicago, the I-Go car sharing service announced Wednesday that three all-electric vehicles have joined its fleet.
Gov. Pat Quinn on Thursday personally presided over the sales party for the Nissan Leaf electric car, which is being demonstrated through the weekend in the Field Museum parking lot.
Drivers are now paying for for gasoline in Chicago than ever before–an average of $4.44 a gallon–and some drivers are looking at alternatives to save money.
As gas prices keep climbing, every driver is looking to keep more money their pockets. Some drivers are so fed up, they’re trading in their traditional vehicles for hybrids.