National Drive Electric Week

Drive Electric Event
Historic Route 66 Arizona "Electrified" Fun Run
Kingman, AZ
May 04, 2024

Day: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm MST
Location: Kingman Visitor Center
120 W Andy Devine Ave
Kingman, AZ 86401
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Join us on MAY 3, 4, 5, 2024 for the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona’s 35TH ANNUAL Historic Route 66 Arizona FUN RUN….and for the 2ND ANNUAL “ELECTRIFIED” Historic Route 66 Arizona FUN RUN sponsored by DRIVE Electric Arizona.

The annual Historic Route 66 FUN RUN is a 3-day display and drive event along a 140-mile stretch of original Route 66 in Arizona. It is the longest contiguous stretch of old Route 66 in the U.S. Events are planned in nearly every community along the way.

The FUN RUN begins on Saturday morning, May 4th at an early bird line up at dawn on Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona, and then departs at 9:30 AM. All vehicles should arrive at the Kingman Visitors Center by 3:00 PM for the SHOW N SHINE CAR SHOW if you want to be judged for awards. Stay tuned for more information.

History of the “Electrified” FUN RUN: At the 32nd RUN, there was a single entry in the EV field—a Tesla Model 3. At the 33rd RUN the following year, four EVs attended. Last year, at the 34th RUN, the Valley of the Sun Electric Vehicle Association, with the help of the national Electric Vehicle Association and the Route 66 Electric Vehicle Association, we expanded it to 30 electric vehicle entries! This was the first unofficial “Electrified” Historic Route 66 Arizona FUN RUN. This year, we want to eclipse that monumental achievement!

Since last year’s 1st “electrified” run, DRIVE Electric Arizona, a nonprofit Arizona corporation borne from the Valley of the Sun Electric Vehicle Association and sponsored by the DRIVE Electric USA initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy, has taken the RUN to the next level.

In addition, Saturday, May 4th of this year’s 35TH ANNUAL Historic Route 66 Arizona FUN RUN, DRIVE Electric Arizona is launching DRIVE Electric Arizona: Route 66 Kingman, the organization’s newest chapter.

DRIVE Electric Arizona: Route 66 Kingman is chaired by Tosha O’Neill, Director of Administration for Kingman’s Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum and is co-chaired by Jessica May, President of the Route 66 Electric Vehicle Association.

Our group will have pop-up display booths for DRIVE Electric Arizona, DRIVE Electric Arizona: Route 66 Kingman, the Arizona Rivian Club, a Tesla Display, a Lucid Display and more, plus an exclusive display area for our all our EVs.

All EVs must arrive at EV Parking Area by 4:00 PM

After the SHOW N SHINE EVENT, there will be a catered event and AWARDS PRESENTATION at the Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum for all registered EV owners & staff.

This year's awards, presented by DRIVE Electric Arizona:

John Morrill Award, for the most knowledgable EV owner

Most Bespoke EV

HEVF Award, for the best vintage EV

Route 66 Kingman EV Dealer of the Year

Route 66 EV Photo Award, for the best Fun Run EV photo

This year's awards, presented by Historic Route 66 Association on Sunday morning during the Route 66 Awards Ceremony:

Best EV Car

Best EV Truck

The Schedule, event tickets, and other useful information can be found at and Hotels and Campsites can be found at

When registering, please enter your fill out the “car club” blank as "DRIVE ELECTRIC ARIZONA".

All participants should register and make their own hotel arrangements. We suggest you secure your rooms ahead of time, as it’s a busy time of year.

CHARGING DETAILS: There are many DC Fast Chargers in Kingman. Tesla Supercharger, Electrify America and Rivian Adventure Network as follows:

Tesla Superchargers:

789 W Beale St: 150 kW: Total 6 | 72 kW Total 4

120 W Andy Devine (Kingman Visitor Center): 250 kW Total 16

Electrify America:

3490 Stockton Hill Rd: CCS 350 kW Total 4 | CCS 150 kW Total 3 | CHAdeMO 50 kW Total 1


3320 Stockton Hill Rd Retail Center | CCS 215 kW Total 6

There are also chargers at the Hyundai and Ford dealers for their brands, and for those coming up from the Phoenix Area, there are both CCS chargers in Prescott and Tesla Superchargers in Wickenburg.


Registered Attendees

There are currently 8 attendees registered.

Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend

Vehicle Registered
Rivian R1T 2
Chevrolet Bolt EUV 1
Rivian R1S 1
Tesla Model 3 1
Tesla Model S 1
5 Models 6

Registered attendees report 360,760 electric miles driven.

Presented By

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Electric Vehicle Association logo
Sierra Club logo
EVHybridNoire logo
Drive Electric USA logo

All NDEW 2024 sponsors support Plug In America's coordination of National Drive Electric Week.

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