WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Barack Obama, a passenger in the heavily armored presidential limousine the last three years, is thinking about a very different kind of ride when he leaves the White House: the plug-in, electric Chevy Volt. At a United Auto Workers conference on Tuesday, the president said he enjoyed the feel of the Volt, which has both a rechargeable battery and a gasoline generator that produces electricity, when he toured a Detroit assembly plant in 2010. "Secret Service ...
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