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NiraliSherni
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Apr 30, 2008, 9:31 AM

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Elecrtic Vehicle Dealerships Sign In

For those interested in electric vehicles, these are some of the dealership that sell Electric Vehicles:

http://www.jessupsauto.com/news/news_0308_2.asp
http://milwaukeeev.com/
http://www.midwestev.com/
http://www.electricwheelsinc.com/

This is the dealership map that gives an idea of the EV dealership network:

http://www.xebraworld.com/Dealer%20Map%20Page.htm


carjunky
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Aug 29, 2008, 7:57 AM

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Re: Electric Vehicle Dealerships Sign In

There is also:
http://www.pluginamerica.org/

and

http://www.ev-america.com/

ev-america.com is a company in the northwest that will help you and (sell-you) the kit needed to convert most cars to electric. I think it would range about $6-$10k The problem is the battery tech / weight so you need a lot of batteries to get about 50 miles per charge. I was told that the F150 pickup is a good choice since a pickup is naturally designed to carry weight and can support the 2000 lbs of battery weight.

I've heard rumors that Exxon bought a battery tech that can produce twice the power and weights half as much, which I wouldn't doubt is somewhat true... of an oil company to do in general and to think that if 2000/ lbs of battery today would get you about 50 miles. This tech would get you a range of 200 miles for the same weight. And for less then $10 bucks... per charge.

Who knows, maybe NASA could develop a battery tech then license it out to help fund the Space program. The future will be interesting.


(This post was edited by carjunky on Aug 29, 2008, 8:00 AM)






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