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As the world moves further with technology the next big step will be the introduction of solar powered cars For years cars have relied on oil for gasoline their primary form of power The Unites States only being able to produce so much oil has relied on importing it from other countries 63 of all oil is used as fuel gasoline for automobiles Perkins Production 6 With increasing use of automobiles in everyday life the US has not been able to produce enough oil to keep up with the countrys needs It has caused a deepening of the U Ss dependence on foreign oil Domestic oil demand which had fallen to 157 million barrels a day bbld in 1985 climbed to 17 million last year Meanwhile domestic production has been declining aging U S oil fields produced only 72 million bbld last year down from 89 million in 1995 As a result the U S the worlds largest energy consumer now imports more than 50 of its crude oil and petroleum products qtd Miller A lot of US revenue is derived from the production of the gas and oil industry The gas and oil industry produce a great percentage of jobs which help the economy The industry also produced a great deal of profit from exporting of its oil to other countries and the capitalizing of oil being imported into the US All this revenue greatly helped the American economy and will continue to help in its growth However once solar powered cars are introduced into the American market its economy will greatly diminish Vinny 2 The introduction of solar powered cars into the American market would greatly diminish its economy nevertheless its introduction would be extremely beneficial to the United States in the respect that it would open a world of new opportunities new jobs and maybe even solve some of the nations current crises A solar powered car would be beneficial to
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