National Drive Electric Week
2023 WV Eastern Panhandle Drive Electric Event
Shenandoah Junction, WV
Sep 30, 2023
|Day:||Saturday, September 30, 2023|
|Time:||9:00 - 11:00 am EDT|
|Location:||The Black Dog Coffee Co
8001 Charles Town Rd
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
Join us in the beautiful eastern panhandle of West Virginia for our fifth annual National Drive Electric Week event! Area EV owners will be showing electric vehicles from various manufacturers. Regardless of the make or model, you can be assured of no or low fuel costs and an all electric grin! We will offer electric vehicle rides for those not yet initiated and answer questions from the public on what it's like to drive an EV, charge an EV, use solar with an EV, etc.
This year's event will be held at The Black Dog Coffee Company on Route 9 between Martinsburg and Charles Town, WV. You can pick up your favorite hot or cold coffee beverage, enjoy a snack, and check out the EVs, ask questions of the owners, and take an all electric ride. There will be restroom facilities available. Black Dog Coffee is centrally located to Hagerstown, MD and Winchester, VA and we encourage our out-of-state neighbors to make the easy drive on I-81 to Martinsburg and then head a few miles east to Black Dog Coffee.
For Tesla owners, there is a Supercharger at the Sheetz station on Edwin Miller Blvd off of I-81. There are non-Tesla L2 chargers located at Martins Grocery at the Foxcroft Mall and several other locations in Martinsburg and Charles Town (check PlugShare.com).
NOTE FOR EV OWNERS: By attending this event, you agree that allowing the public into your car, test rides, or test drives are solely at your personal discretion and that you are completely responsible for any and all damages that may result. You also agree that test rides or drives must take place on public roads and that you will obey all traffic laws.
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There are currently 18 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Tesla Model Y||2|
|Ford F-150 Lightning||1|
|Hyundai Ioniq 5||1|
|Hyundai KONA Electric||1|
|Kia Niro Electric||1|
|Tesla Model 3||1|
|Volvo C40 Recharge twin||1|
Registered attendees report 124,000 electric miles driven.