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MoveNeutral, a start-up that focuses on helping drivers reduce their impact on the environment, has launched MoveNeutral.com. The environmental company allows drivers to purchase a carbon neutral certification sticker for their vehicles. The proceeds go towards carbon credits, thereby making their vehicles carbon neutral.

At MoveNeutral.com, drivers choose their vehicle type and, in two clicks, can offset the carbon dioxide produced by the vehicle. The credits replace CO2-producing energy in the power grid with energy produced by renewable sources.

"Being environmentally friendly is usually perceived as driving a compact car, and we'd like to give everyone, regardless of what kind of car they drive, a way to make a difference and be proud of it," says Charles Wagner, president of MoveNeutral.com.


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