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ZAP cars produce zero emissions and cost just pennies per mile to run. So why are they illegal in Massachusetts?

ZAP's Xebra Xero sedan, shown in Zebra Flash paint, starts at $11,700. ZAP's Xebra Xero sedan, shown in Zebra Flash paint, starts at $11,700. (ZAP)
By Peter DeMarco
Globe Correspondent / October 12, 2008

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With gas prices so high, surely you've heard of the ZAP car? No, not a Zipcar, which urbanites rent by the hour for quick trips around town. (Full article: 1055 words)

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