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Michigan and California Companies Unite to Empower Electric Vehicle Customers | AltEnergyMag Press Release

SAGINAW, Mich.–The phrase “knowledge is power” has never been more relevant to customers feeling the need to go green behind the wheel.

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Overview of Carbon Capture has teamed up with ClipperCreek, a California based electric vehicle charging station manufacturer, to empower customers with the know-how to make informed decisions about their next vehicle purchase. When customers complete a simple, 4-question challenge about electric vehicles on, they will earn $50 off a charging station purchased through ClipperCreek, Inc. has created a FREE online space where visitors can learn about electric vehicles and compete against others, all while saving money. founder and Saginaw, MI native Doug Taylor explains the partnership aims to tackle the consumer’s daunting task of understanding electric vehicles.

“Electric Vehicles will easily fit the driving cycles of most Americans today,” says Doug Taylor, CEO of KnowWhatYouDrive. “There is a lot of misinformation out there about the vehicles and ‘range anxiety’ which needlessly concerns drivers who, on average, only drive 33 miles per day.”


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