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Electric car, bicycle show coming to Nevada County

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California is banning the sale of gasoline powered cars by the year 2035, which means you have about 12 years to find an electric car that fits your own personal transportation needs, according to a press release from Nevada County Climate Action Now.

An Electric Car Show, hosted by Nevada County Climate Action Now, will be coming to Nevada City Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the release states. It will be held in the parking lot of the New York Hotel (Broad Street across from the Nevada Theatre) On display will be up to 10 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles of varying makes, models and ages for you to inspect, as well as electric bikes, the release states.

Many owners of the vehicles will be present so you can ask questions and find out what they love (or hate) about their cars, the release states. Representatives from the Sacramento EV Association will also be there to answer questions about cars, charging, rebates and tax credits, according to the release.



There will also be a selection of electric bikes to look over, according to the release. However, participants will not be able to test drive them at the show, the release states.

For further information, visit https://www.ncclimateactionnow.org/.



Source: Nevada County Climate Action Now

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