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Free Electric Vehicle Test Drives at Berkeley Farmers’ Market! 

Sat., June 28 2014
510-548-3333
www.facebook.com/TheBetterRide
You’ve seen electric cars on the road and in advertisements, but you probably haven’t driven one.

Don’t miss the “Experience Electric – The Better Ride” where you can try one out and feel the electric difference. Drive the newest electric vehicle (EV) models from Ford, Nissan, Honda, smart and Chevrolet on a first-come, first-served basis. Win prizes and receive a FREE $5 Farmers’ Market food voucher for test-driving. The event will feature information about EV rebates and utility rates, EV displays, giveaways and a social media photo booth.

If you can’t join us, visit the campaign’s Twitter and Facebook for updates about future ride-and-drive events near you – and join the conversation online with #TheBetterRide

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