Which of these sentences could best be added to the paragraph without changing the main idea?
(1) Sam went car shopping yesterday. (2) His 12-year-old truck was a gas guzzler and was simply costing him too much in fuel costs. (3) He went to a variety of dealerships and test-drove multiple cars, including some all-electric options. (4) Sam decided that his driving habits were not conducive to all-electric cars, as he worried he would run out of power on his long drives to his clients in the next county. (5) Sam is a very successful salesman in his area. (6) Ultimately, Sam selected a very modest hybrid sedan that got good gas mileage and he was happy with his decision. (7) He looked forward to hitting the road again on Monday and not stopping at a gas station for quite some time.
With gas prices rising, Sam considered an all-electric vehicle.
Sam’s wife drives an SUV.
The salesman at the last dealership recognized Sam from local TV commercials and offered him a good deal on his new car.
Sam had to stop for lunch in the middle of his day of shopping to refuel himself.
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