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Ford of Greenfield
(413) 773-5455
1 Main Street
Greenfield, MA
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Westminster Auto Svc
(802) 722-4722
6156 US Rte 5
Westminster STA, VT

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Marks Motors Inc
(802) 251-0366
39 Hardwood Way
Brattleboro, VT

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Bub's Used Cars
(802) 525-6520
Barton Orleans Rd
Barton, VT

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Pipewrench Trailer Sales
(802) 896-6202
7150 Route 100 PO Box 187
W Wardsboro, VT

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Marks Motors Inc
(802) 251-0366
39 Hardwood Way
Brattleboro, VT

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R M Precision Auto Inc
(802) 878-9001
124 Colchester Rd
Essex Junction, VT
 
Bond Auto Parts
(802) 660-3390
555 Shelburne Rd
Burlington, VT
 
Right Wheels
(802) 766-2100
3760 Us Route 5
Derby, VT

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Paya's North Inc Auto Sales & Parts
(802) 288-9096
264 Colchester Rd
Essex Junction, VT
 
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Battery Electric Vehicles

Courtesy Electric Drive Transportation Association   

A battery electric vehicle uses batteries to power an electric motor to propel the vehicle. BEVs produce no tailpipe emissions. The batteries are recharged from the grid and from regenerative braking. Types of battery electric vehicles in widespread use today include low-speed, neighborhood electric vehicles, airport ground support equipment, and off-road industrial equipment such as fork lifts.

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Advantages of battery electric vehicles (BEVs):

  • Zero tailpipe emissions (no CO2 or other pollutants
  • Use of cleaner electric energy produced through advanced natural gas and coal gasification technologies
  • Energy security by displacing imported petroleum with domestic generated electricity Overnight battery recharging (Neighborhood electric vehicles are recharged by plugging into a standard 110-volt household outlet.)
  • Recycled energy from regenerative braking
  • Lower fuel and operational costs
  • Possible use in secondary markets for used batteries and reduced waste

Challenges:

  • Improving battery technology: lower costs, increased energy density, extended durability
  • Possible need for public recharging infrastructure
  • Extending mileage range

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