National Drive Electric Week

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Oct 1, 2022
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Pear Blossom Park, Downtown Medford, OR

Members and associates of SOHEVA (Southern Oregon Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Association) will display their cars and be available to discuss the benefits and considerations of driving electric. Part of the National Drive Electric Week is a nationwide celebration to raise awareness of the many benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more.

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NDEW in Medford OR

Join us on Oct 1st in Medord, OR along with members of SOHEVA as owners showcase and share their experiences with EVs and Plug-In Hybrids. Vehicles featured include the all new Ford Lightning, MINI Cooper Electric, Jeep Wrangler 4xe, and more!

Trees for Test Drives

GreenCars has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation and Lithia & Driveway (NYSE:LAD) stores to plant 100,000 long leaf pine trees across Eglin Air Force Base located in the Florida Panhandle. Through our collective efforts to promote electric, hybrid and fuel-efficient vehicles, we will also help restore this biodiverse forest for generations to come.

Simply visit a participating Lithia & Driveway dealership, test drive an electric, plug-in hybrid, hybrid, or fuel-efficient vehicle, and we’ll plant a tree on your behalf. Get directions to a nearby store or search the map:

Events around the US

During the week of Sept 23 - Oct 2, 2022, nationwide events are gathering EV owners to share their experiences and raise awareness about electric and plug-in hybrid cars and trucks. Visit National Drive Electric Week to search for and RSVP for an in-person event near you or register for an online event.

Drive Electric Event in California
2021 Event in Kentfield, CA. Photo Creidt: Drive Clean Bay Area

A young couple admiring the forest and trees next to their RAV4 Hybrid

Join the sustainable transportation evolution.

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