Moving towards a greener society, many governments across the globe are offering incentives to go green when it comes to transport. In the past this entailed cycling, getting the bus or sharing a car to work. Since 2010, these discounts, offers and subsidies are geared more towards switching the fuel in your vehicle. Battery power has (excuse the pun) gone from strength to strength in the last ten years. With electric car sales now making up a much healthier proportion of the market, the day your vehicle no longer requires fossil fuels is looming. The halfway house for all this of course, is a hybrid. Hybrids have been on our roads for a couple of decades. There are several options on the path to a lower carbon footprint, some of which mean you don’t need to completely give up on petroleum just yet.