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The momentum that General Motors was starting to get with its hybrid sales hit a major speed bump last month. October was a month were the business news was largely dominated by the a fast freeze in the world's credit markets making it incredibly difficult for anyone to borrow money. Relatively few people can actually afford to buy any new car for cash. That's especially true for big trucks and SUVs like the Chevy Tahoe which often list prices upwards of $50,000. In September, GM finally managed

Coca-Cola and its bottlers are increasing the number of hybrid vehicles they use in their sales and delivery fleets. By the end of this year, Coke's sales fleet of 800 vehicles will contain 550 hybrids (as of now, it has 325), and by the end of next year the entire fleet should be hybridized. The Atlanta-based soft drink giant's green fleet includes the Toyota Prius, Camry Hybrid, and Highlander Hybrid along with the Ford Escape Hybrid. Similarly, both Coca-Cola Enterprises and Coca-Cola Consoli