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USA: Nissan has your EV roadside assistance covered

Most people are familiar with roadside assistance either because of a flat tire, dead battery, or car accident. Although AAA is able to take care of just about any problem that arises for a gasoline or diesel engine car, electric vehicles (EVs) will pose a problem. Nissan is working on roadside assistance vehicles that will be able to recharge LEAF batteries.

Nissan started delivering the LEAF to customers in December of 2010. Ford and GM agreed to provide a limited number of home chargers to early adopters of their EV and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV). The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s EV Project agreed to provide free home chargers for the first 1,000 purchasers of the LEAF


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