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Alternative-fuel show touts environment, economy
Manufacturers and suppliers of alternative fuel vehicles descend on downtown Gainesville during the fourth annual Alternative Fueled Vehicles Roadshow.
The shiny, new hoods and doors were open for visitors to check out Wednesday, but this wasn’t some ordinary car lot. Vendors were showcasing vehicles that operate on “alternative fuels,” such as electricity, propane and natural gas, in the parking lot outside the Brenau Downtown Center, as part of Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols’ fourth annual Alternative Fueled Vehicles Roadshow. Patrick Ceska of Gainesville said he decided to check out the event out of curiosity.