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The 2001 fuel crisis, emission fuel tax and London Congestion Charge all signify the problems associated with petrol from a user point of view. The environmental issues of petrol motoring are also well documented, with greenhouse gases cited as a major problem. Electric, LPG, CNG and Hybrid are some of the solutions to the problems of petrol-fuelled cars, with fuel cell technology to follow. Although they are only at a relatively embryonic stage in terms of market penetration, these fuels represent the most environmentally friendly choice, as they have ultra-low emissions.