National Drive Electric Week
Sep 14, 2018
|Day:||Friday, September 14, 2018 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||4:30 - 8:30pm|
|Location:||Lindsay Farmer's Market at Sweet Brier Plaza
133 W Honolulu St # E
Lindsay, CA 93247
The event went really well. While we didn't have a lot of test drives, we did get a lot of engagement from the public. People were stopping by to ask the EV owners about their cars, taking pictures, and engaging with our volunteers and staff. One of the things that we learned was that our low test drive numbers were largely due to the fact that people attended the farmers market with their families and most of the time, the EVs didn't have enough room to accommodate the whole family. With that being the only caveat, we are very happy with the turnout of the event. As I stated earlier, we had a lot of engagement from the public and we were able to spread awareness of plug-in vehicles.
photo by: Kousa Yang and Yathi Group LLC.
Volunteer, Joanna Ayon, talks to event goers about the benefits of driving electric and te incentives available to them to purchase electric vehicles.
Ever wondered what it's like to drive an electric vehicle? Here’s your chance to experience one! The 2018 Tulare County Ride & Drive Event will feature several electric cars available for a test drive or ride-along. The event will be hosted at the Lindsay Farmers Market and put on by the Clean Vehicle Assistance Program, which is funded by California Climate Investments and implemented by Beneficial State Foundation. Join us to learn more about electric vehicles, experience them firsthand, and learn about all the benefits and incentives available to electric vehicle owners.
There are currently 17 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Tesla Model S||2|
|Tesla Model 3||1|
Registered attendees report 133,356 electric miles driven.