Converting cars to run on electricity is a growing trend
Converting cars to run on electricity is a growing trend in recent years. There were 3,000+ electric vehicles in the USA in 1996. By 2007, that number was already over 55,000. Nowadays president Obama has set a national goal for there will be 1 million all-electric vehicles on U.S. by the year 2015.
This isn’t a slow-moving golf cart, as some people think. This electric truck conversion will keep up with any vehicle in town and travel at least 50 mph on the highway. You can drive up to 100 miles on a single charge.
Converting an existing car is much cheaper than buying a newly made electric vehicle. Some new ev cars can cost more than $40,000. Paying someone to convert your car for you... but unfortunately professional electric car conversions tend to cost on average $15,000
How to build your own electric car
even if you have no experience .. Gavin Shoebridge have already converted them car to run on electricity and share with you all the "insider secrets" in a great "Electric Conversion Made Easy" DIY Guide
Thousands of people have successfully converted them cars to run electricity, despite having little or no mechanical background (read and watch what people say). This guide walks them through, step by step, each procedure. You'll be surprised how simple it is.
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