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No Hummers for the Terminator

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Governor and former Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger is slowly turning greener. With that comes some sacrifice. He has decided to give up his personal fleet of Hummers.

Arnold was the first person to own a Hummer for private use, back in 1992. He called it, “an incredibly precise and forceful machine.” He built up his fleet to at least 8 Hummers in all.

A couple of years ago when he was on the campaign trail, he committed to convert one of his diesel Hummers to run on hydrogen. In the end, GM made one for him.

From the StarPulse post:

But Hummers emit three times more carbon dioxide than a regular car – and after the State of California announced it was suing carmakers Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Honda, Chrysler and General Motors over greenhouse gas emissions, Schwarzenegger felt it was prudent to make the change.

Al Gore has confirmed, “Arnie has given up his Hummers.”

More info: CA sues automakers

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