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What Electric Car Should You Drive? (Because Global Warming)

ROME - JUNE 10: Violante Pasolini, 17, (R) and Ludovica Lombardini, 17, (L) sit in Violante's small car as they go to the bea
ROME - JUNE 10: Violante Pasolini, 17, (R) and Ludovica Lombardini, 17, (L) sit in Violante's small car as they go to the beach June 10, 2004 in Rome, Italy. In Rome privileged teenagers get around mainly in very expensive small cars for which they don't need a license plate or a driver's license. They all dress in the same metropolitan style, and spend most of their free time wandering around not doing much. Many teenagers' status symbols are cloths, mobile phone and accessories. Most of them have credit cards and act as if they are adults. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)

It's time to stop talking about global warming or America’s need for energy independence and actually do something to make a difference. So, how about investing in an electric car?

Sounds like a good idea, but which vehicle do you go with? Are you looking for the technology and Silicon Valley image of the Tesla Model S, or do you want the piece of mind that comes with the Chevy Volt’s range-extending gas engine?

The Huffington Post is here to help you figure out which electric car best fits your needs (though, we can’t guarantee it will fit your budget). Take a seat, fill out the questionnaire below, and think about the poor polar bears.