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Don't be Left in the Dust without a Green Machine, says MPG Car Rental
Californians lead the way in leasing, purchasing - and now, renting - Green Vehicles

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It is not surprising that of all American citizens, Californians lead the rest of the country in eco-friendly automobile sales. Reports released in the past month reveal that Californians are responsible for a quarter of hybrid car sales, with Green Car Reports proclaiming that the Toyota Prius is the top-selling car in California. Indeed, residents in both the northern and southern parts of the Sunshine State preserve an environmentalist reputation, at least on a general level, through their current automotive interests. California's soaring gas prices and strict smog regulations might play a part in these sales statistics, as operating a green car lets the cut back on these expenditures. In any case, there are plenty of reasons for a Californian to invest in a hybrid, electric, or turbocharged vehicle.  

Perhaps your time has not yet arrived for purchasing a hybrid or electric car, but you would still like to experience what it means to drive green. For the environmentally-minded driver in need of an economical vehicle for temporary transit, MPG Car Rental in Venice, California offers the public a vast collection of Prius models and other green vehicles, like the TDI clean diesel Jetta or Beetle from Volkswagen.

Time and time again, Californians return to MPG Car Rental for hybrid car rental in Los Angeles. At the rental agency, the customer is presented with the option of driving one of several models of the Prius family. Perhaps a Californian is in need of a Prius that attains great mileage in the city. If the bulk of driving with the rental shall be on surface streets, MPG recommends the Prius C, which achieves 53mpg in the city, as well as an impressive 46mpg on the highway. The Venice rental agency also offers the incredibly spacious Prius V and the mid-sized 3rd Generation Prius for the cargo-carrying family or couple planning a more extensive drive. Other hybrid car rental offerings through MPG include the Toyota Camry hybrid, the stylish Honda Insight, and the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid, an SUV with built-in navigation.

Californians also account for a substantial portion of the nation's electric car owners. For customers looking to rent an electric-powered vehicle, MPG Car Rental presents the highly-acclaimed Chevy Volt. On average, drivers of the Chevy only visit the gas station once or twice a month. When you rent a Volt from MPG, you can drive in pure electric-mode, releasing no harmful emissions for up to 38 miles. Additionally, the Volt's internal generator allows the customer to net 380 miles with the vehicle fully-charged and with a full tank.

With monthly internet discounts and other special offers, the first-time renter will become a part of MPG's loyal customer base. He or she will save money on the rental and join with other green car enthusiasts in protecting the environment, and, more specifically, California's natural beauty.

For more information regarding MPG Car Rental's green fleet, please visit www.mpgcarrental.com or call 877.870.7821.

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SOURCE MPG Car Rental

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