Vegan Cars?


You might (or not) have heard the term “Vegan Leather” to describe faux leather or vinyl, PVC, PUC and other petrol-derived products.

The term “Vegan Leather” was coined to satisfy those animal lovers who wouldn’t want to wear anything that belonged to animals, although they are often wearing a heavy coat of make-up, which is based on animal fat… but that’s another story.

Now, when you think about it, millions of years ago, decaying trees, plants and other organic material, squeezed by layers of sediments, fossilized and fermented to turn into petrol.

So, technically, petrol is… plant-based.

Vinyl, plastics, industrial rubber and other similar products could thus be labeled as “vegan”.

Well, fuel, gasoline, propane, etc, are also petrol distillates, which makes cars run on fuel and gasoline, running on… plants by-products. Does that make them vegan? Vegan cars?

That’s a thought.

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