Picture a cross country road trip powered by vegetable oil in a 1981 Mercedes Benz. Greasy Rider follows two filmmakers, Joey Carey and J.J. Beck, as they meet with fellow Greasecar drivers, friends, and critics. Traveling as far south as New Orleans and as far north as Seattle, the car is powered by used cooking grease collected at restaurants along the way.
Interviews include Morgan Freeman, Noam Chomsky, Yoko Ono, and Tommy Chong, and the founders of four vegetable oil conversion kit companies, Greasecar, Greasel, Plant Drive, and Frybrid, as they discuss the viability of vegetable oil as fuel.
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To learn more, and view a trailer, visit the official Greasy Rider website.
To purchase this film, visit Greasecar Vegetable Fuel Systems.