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October 21, 2011

National Plug In Day Revisited

Seeing this clip from last weekend's National Plug In Day brings to mind the column written earlier this year by EV owner and Middle East veteran Tim Goodrich, who appears toward the start of this video feature. In May he wrote, "My decision to purchase an electric car was driven by a variety of reasons, but the simplest reason was this: The cost of filling up with gas is just too much. I'm not just writing about the price we're paying at the pump; I am also referring to the cost to our future generations, our national security, and our economy." Read the rest of it here. Get more info on EVs by visiting the Sierra Club's Go Electric campaign.


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