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Vermont To Celebrate Plug In Weekend

Car dealerships in Vermont are working together with Drive Electric Vermont to celebrate National Plug In Day this weekend by encouraging drivers across the state to educate themselves about electric vehicles.

From September 22 to 23, Vermont Govenor Peter Shumlin said that Vermont will provide opportunities for people to learn about and test drive electric vehicles that are available for purchase currently. Electric cars have become more affordable the past couple of years and heavily promote the fact that customers will save a bundle on gas expenses.

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Electric cars are sold with the mindset that a customer will not only receive a safe and powerful car, but one that can plug into any conventional electric outlet. Driving an electric car costs 2-4 cents per mile, where as a gas-fueled car costs 10-15 cents per mile.


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