Dreaming of an electric car, but not sure which one is best?
Perhaps PVEAA can help.
A display of some of the electric vehicles currently on the market, including the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid PRIUS, Nissan LEAF, BMWi3, Chevy VOLT, and TESLA, starting around 3 PM, followed at 6 PM by the screening of the documentary film, REVENGE OF THE ELECTRIC CAR, and a Q&A session
with EV owners, sales representatives and a master auto mechanic
on buying, driving and maintaining an electric vehicle.
Date: December 9, 2014
Time: 3:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Place: Jones Library
43 Amity Street, Amherst Center
EVs will be located outside in the parking lot next to the Jones Library. (Look for the EV symbol.)
PVEAA promotes a multi-modal approach to mobility which results in a reduction in, and/or elimination of, the use of petroleum to meet transportation needs, including walking, bicycling, and the use of multi-occupancy private vehicles and public transit.
You can drive an electric car today. Contact EV dealers to arrange for a test drive. Look for a used EV, factory-made or an owner-converted EV. You can convert a vehicle to electric drive yourself. Contact the EV Discussion List www.evdl.org or attend events sponsored by an EAA Chapter to join the community of EV owners and learn more about your EV options. See pluginamerica.org for information about plug-in electric vehicles.
PVEAA is a chapter of the Electric Auto Association, a national advocacy organization which has promoted electric vehicles since 1967. Contact
Electric Auto Association about membership options
and designate PVEAA as your chapter affiliation.