It took a lot of time, but surprisingly little money to convert all three of these vehicles to Hybrids.
All parts necessary for the conversion were purchased at local new car dealers.
Now, I can park any of these vehicles in the "Hybrid Only" parking spaces at the brand new, ultra modern, very expensive Clackamas County Public Safety and County Services campus parking lot.
That's kind of nice since the entire front row of parking, those 12 skinny parking spaces closest to the buildings (with the exception of handicapped and truck loading zones of course) are quite convenient.
The only problem with parking these vehicles in the "Hybrid Only" parking spaces is the fact they are very skinny parking spaces, so I am forced to straddle a white line and take up two spaces. With the huge doors on these vehicles, nobody would want to park their paper thin imported Toyota or Honda Hybrid next to me, so rather than consume 3 parking spaces, I only uxse two.
All Hybrid cars have a gasoline engine and multiple batteries. So do my three Hybrids.