National Drive Electric Week

National Drive Electric Week
Breakfast with the Cars
Paihia, New Zealand
Oct 03, 2021

Day: Sunday, October 3, 2021 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.
Time: 9:00 - 11:00 am NZDT
Location: Paihia Waterfront Village Green
60 Marsden Road
Paihia, New Zealand 0200
Contact the event organizers, which took place in 2021.

Event Report

We would like to acknowledge the Bay of Islands Custom Car Club and REPCO (NZ auto-parts store) for sponsoring this event.  

This is mainly a hot-rod and Custom Car Club - monthly event to see classic cars and anything unusual.  The Electric Avenue has become a regular at this event the 1st Sunday of each month.   Great location to interact with locals and tourists.    

We were also visited by the gentleman on the 3 wheeled electric scooter.  This scooter is used by Police in some countries.  

photo by: Joseph Camuso, EV Transport, LTD
Electric Avenue display along side Hot-rods and classics cars at Breakfast with the Cars event in Paihia, New Zealand. This is right on the beach and lots of local and tourists that stroll along the waterfront on Sunday mornings.

Event Description


Breakfast with the Cars will be held on Sunday 3 October from 9am to 11am at the Village Green in Paihia Waterfront across from Salt Air Helicopters. This is a friendly event with a variety of EVs on display and the opportunity to talk to EV owners and ask questions about owning and driving on Electric.  

Test driving and a variety of charging demonstrations both slow AC and the new fast DC charger installed by the local Paihia EV Cooperative. 

Everyone welcome. 

Registered Attendees

There is currently 1 attendee registered.

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